Romanian startup Telios, which offers telemedicine services, concluded a new financing round through which it attracted USD 200,000, according to Romania-Insider.com.
Existing investors participated in the round, but the company also attracted new investors.
The investment round was syndicated by the Transilvania Angels Network from Cluj-Napoca, with the involvement of two other angel investor networks, Growceanu from Timisoara and TechAngels Romania from Bucharest, through Smart Impact Capital, a micro VC founded by Matei Dumitrescu, vice president of TechAngels Romania.
Using Telios, private companies, and insurers can provide insured employees and patients, along with their families, 24/7 access to state-of-the-art telemedicine services offered by a dedicated team of physicians and nurses.
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