Innovation Industries Contributes Second Early-Stage Funding
Keiron Printing Technologies has secured additional PoC funding through the Thematic Technology Transfer (TTT) Smart Industries fund. The investment empowers the Eindhoven-based tech startup to accelerate its goals of market implementation of laser-assisted deposition equipment for the market of printed electronics.
Together with the Forward.One investment received in Q3, Keiron now has secured sufficient funding to advance its company development roadmap. The team is busy expanding while looking to partner with local tech companies to strengthen Keiron’s position in the market.
Innovation Industries’ investment marks an important milestone for Keiron Printing Technologies. All the company’s processes are being professionalized, with founders now finding themselves managing internal and external teams of talent to streamline its overall development. These are new, challenging, and incredibly thrilling times for all parties involved.
CEO Jimmy Sy-A-Chin says it is important to set the standard now, evaluating operations and how to improve upon them efficiently. Jimmy added: “With a growing office space and team, we need to make sure everyone’s needs are met and that we work in an efficient way that sets the tone for current and coming talent. Safety and efficiency are of utmost important, but we want to remain flexible and open-minded, as a startup should be.”
“We are proud to have Keiron Printing Technologies as a recipient of our TTT Smart Industries Fund. We see the tremendous benefit of its additive manufacturing technologies, as it can pave the way for mass production of integrated electronics on a multitude of surfaces with many different printable materials,” commented Sander Verbrugge, partner at Innovation Industries.
Keiron at Formnext: The leading trade fair for Additive Manufacturing
Keiron Printing Technologies exhibited at Formnext, which is the leading and one of the largest additive manufacturing events in the world, which took place in Frankfurt am Main, in Germany, from the 16th until the 19th of November.
The company’s first functional tool is scheduled to be finished in December 2021. The event granted the opportunity to gather leads, preview its first working machine in practice, learn about developments within the market, and establish themselves as a rapidly growing force in the industry together with Brainport Development, Flam3D, and the other exhibitors from around the region of Eindhoven.