Ann Arbor advanced ceramics startup closes seed round and adds experienced leadership
The company, which changed its name recently from Kymeira Advanced Materials, now has even more cash on hand after closing a $300,000 seed round, according to a report in Crain’s Detroit Business.
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Investors in the company include Mercury Fund from Houston, Detroit-based First Step Fund and Ann Arbor-based Huron River Ventures. Many of the funds invested in the technology believe the markets it plans to enter could be worth billions of dollars, and according to Crain’s a second, larger, round of funding is already in the works.
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