Making it work: Clinical trial ‘match-maker’ sets €3m funding target
Digital start-up Akkure will act as a global platform connecting people with medical conditions with clinical trials all over the world
Akkure, a digital start-up which aims to match patients with relevant clinical trials, plans to close a €3 million seed funding round before the end of 2020.
Oran Rigby set up the company just over a year ago and has raised €425,000 from private investors and a further €275,000 from Enterprise Ireland so far this year.
He said Akkure would eventually act as a global match-making platform connecting people with medical conditions with relevant clinical trials...
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