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The investment gap in NZ’s burgeoning healthtech sector

Healthtech: In the third of a three-part series, we look at the need for specialist funds.

Kitea Health founder and CEO Simon Malpas speaks with Fiona Rotherham.

Caramed Capital – formed by four experienced healthtech executives, entrepreneurs, and investors – went out to market in April 2021 hoping to raise up to $50 million for the country’s first specialised deep healthtech venture capital fund.

Managing partner Caroline Quay – along with Maxine

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Fiona Rotherham Wed, 12 Oct 2022
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