Ventures Platform has announced that it has added 3 Nigerian startups to its investments portfolio.
According to a statement from the early-stage investor, their mission to scale innovative startups haven’t change despite the coronavirus pandemic.
“Our convictions haven’t changed as we believe that this pandemic makes a stronger case for investing in innovative startups that are nimble and able to benefit from a boost in user adoption and lower customer education costs as people find new ways to live, work and communicate.”
The 3 startups backed by Ventures Platform are:
Tambua Health is using lung sound analysis to transform the diagnosis and treatment of respiratory diseases globally.
Tambua Health have built a hardware device called the T-sense that generates images of the lungs by detecting the vibrations of sound as air moves in and out of the lungs using sensor arrays put on the back of the patient.
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