Deversify selected to join Katapult Accelerator´s latest cohort

Press Apr 16 2019


Deversify AB, a Swedish mobile health tech startup, has been selected for Katapult Accelerator´s latest cohort. Having been part of an extensive interview process, which screened 1800 companies from 98 countries, Deversify was chosen as one of the eleven impact-driven tech companies to participate in the accelerator´s residential program based in Oslo.

“Katapult Accelerator shows that you can build financial value and still have a positive impact in the world. We help passionate founders like Anders scale to greater heights with an aim to achieve two to three times their original valuation by the three-month mark. We believe Deversify, with its focus on mobile health and through its first product, Acetrack, has great potential to scale in the Nordics and globally”, states Haakon Brunell, Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Katapult Accelerator who has seen a success rate of more than 65% of companies raising successful investment rounds post-program.

Anders Murman, co-founder and CEO of Deversify elaborates: ”The accelerator program runs for three months and will prepare and position Deversify to scale in the most efficient way for Acetrack’s go-to-market strategy, kicking off with a launch in Norway at the end of April. Furthermore, we will get access to a whole new network of impact investors, world-class tech and digital marketing professionals that can help us accelerate the development of our next two products lined up.”

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DEVERSIFY and RLVNT sign international distribution agreement for Acetrack

Press Sep 1 2021

Deversify AB and RLVNT Distribution AB have signed an agreement for distribution in eight European countries for Acetrack, Deversify’s revolutionising solution for non-invasive measurements of metabolic health. With Acetrack, users can easily track…

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Deversify has successfully completed a rights issue raising proceeds of SEK 11,2 million

Press May 12 2021

Deversify AB has successfully completed a rights issue raising proceeds of SEK 11,2 million. The rights issue has primarily been subscribed for by new Swedish investors from all over the country. Net cash…

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