HealthBeacon aiming to be at the heart of digital health-tech with €25m public offering
Chief executive Jim Joyce believes the company, which provides smart sharps bins into which patients can place their used injector pens or syringes, is well placed to become part of the ‘mega-trend’ of digital health-tech
Jim Joyce is aiming to build a new Irish multinational business that will be around for many years to come.
HealthBeacon, a digital health-tech company he co-founded in 2013, announced plans for an initial public offering (IPO) on the Euronext Dublin stock market in December. The company is seeking to raise €25 million from going public next month, which it will use to scale the business and triple its workforce to 150 employees.
“We want a big...
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