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Investments in four Trendlines portfolio companies

The Trendlines Group is pleased to announce investments in Arcuro Medical, FruitSpec, ProArc Medical and Phytolon.

Trendlines Medical Shanghai Opens its Doors

Trendlines Medical Shanghai partners with Chinese medical companies, governmental programs, and entrepreneurs to develop novel medical technologies for the Chinese and global markets.

Trendlines’ In-House Innovation Centre Expands to Singapore

Trendlines Labs Singapore will invent and develop novel medical technologies, innovating and creating value for Trendlines’ portfolio companies and strategic partners

Five with Barak Singer, CEO of Trendlines Incubators Israel – “We will definitely be willing to invest in entrepreneurs we only met remotely!”

Barak Singer, CEO, Trendlines Incubators Israel was interviewed by Chiportal on investment during the COVID-19 crisis.

Enterprise Singapore names 14 new partners to nurture start-ups

Trendlines Agrifood Innovation Centre one of fourteen new partners named by Enterprise Singapore to nurture start-ups

Grants, funds & additional resources to help start-ups survive the COVID-19 period

The Trendlines Group is pleased to share the following information with the wider public on resources which we collated to assist the Group’s companies in this challenging period. We’ve compiled information regarding funds, grants and other resourceful information for companies in the medtech and agrifood tech industries, as well as others.

ApiFix acquired by OrthoPediatrics

The Trendlines Group announced the 100% acquisition of portfolio company ApiFix, a company focused on non-fusion treatment of progressive adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, by OrthoPediatrics

Business [Un]usual

It’s not “business as usual,” it’s business unusual.

Trendlines, Agriline to invest $6.1m in portfolio companies

Featured in The Business Times and Deal Street Asia

Bayer Trendlines Ag Innovation Fund co-invests with Trendlines in ProJini Agchem

Innovative interdisciplinary approach will lead to development of pesticides with new modes of action for crop protection