Health search engine firm raises €1.25m in funding

An Irish internet firm that is developing a search engine of health services around the world has raised €1.25 million in funding.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
17th January, 2009

An Irish internet firm that is developing a search engine of health services around the world has raised €1.25 million in funding.

RevaHealth.com attracted the backing from private investors and a group of Irish technology industry veterans through Mianach Venture Capital. Enterprise Ireland has also invested in the company, which was founded in 2006 by Caelen King.

The website originally focused on providing information on so-called ‘medical tourism’, attracting users who wanted to find cheaper...

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