Belfast company Kraydel has secured €165,000 in R&D funding from Invest Northern Ireland to bring to market a smart device that will allow older people to communicate easily with carers and family members.
The start-up closed a €1.3 million funding round late last year. Investors in the company include health insurance company RGA, Hambro Perks, Techstart and Clarendon Fund Managers.
Established in 2016, Kraydel is developing low-cost products and services for the elderly...
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