Elmery, Maculaser and Fepod got Business Finland's Deep Tech Accelerator funding

Aalto-based startups Elmery Oy, Maculaser Oy and Fepod Oy Ltd received the Deep Tech Accelerator funding granted by Business Finland. The funding package consists of two phases with a EUR 400,000 grant and a EUR 1,000,000 loan.

Congratulations Elmery, Maculaser and Fepod !!! And thanks to Business Finland.
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Deep Tech Accelerator funding is intended for startups to support the commercialisation of their latest research results and know-how. The aim of the funding is to help deep tech startups enter markets faster. 

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