Democratising healthcare: Edison's $7m capital raise

Democratising healthcare: Edison's $7m capital raise
Henry Burrell
Premium personal healthcare start-up Edison has opened its first capital raise with a goal of $5 million to $7 million.Founder and chief executive Jay Harrison told BusinessDesk the company is enjoying 400 percent growth this year, with revenue expected to climb to between $3 million and $4 million.“Our goal is to democratise precision healthcare,” he said. “Our aspiration is that Edison is accessible to as many people as possible.”The series A round started last week with New Zealand Trade & Enterprise and “a...

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