Pre IPO investing has historically been lucrative for investors wishing to generate returns with a shorter pathway to liquidity. Curae Health’s $5M Convertible Note raise is now live – learn about how Curae Health are changing the face of dentistry and their pathway to IPO.
With the pandemic dominating international news this year, medical technology has been in the limelight. Globally, financing levels into Medtech companies more than doubled to $57 billion between July 2019 and June 2020. In Australia, the pharmaceutical and medical products market has grown to be Australia’s largest manufacturing export at ~$8.2 billion. Add to that, Government initiatives investing billions in reinforcing the health system and the fast-tracking of plans to turn Australia into an Asia-Pacific hub for medical technology and pharmaceutical companies and it is clear that this is a good time to be looking at MedTech opportunities.
In the Dental Services industry, digital technology is fundamentally changing clinical practice and patient care. The problem with dentistry is that the majority of the industry has been slow to adapt, so while the majority of dental practices take their time to adopt digital workflows Curae Health is pioneering the delivery of digital technology and digital workflows in dentistry. And that’s what makes this business so interesting.
Malcolm is the CEO of Curae Health and formerly a Board member of Maven Dental, assisting Maven Dental to grow from start-up to owning 87 dental practices across Australia with 1,000 staff and $140M revenue.
The discussion covered:
- Malcolms experience at Maven Dental
- Curae Healths history
- Dental Industry Snapshot
- The market and what is driving growth
- Innovation in the Dental industry
- The purpose of the capital raise
- Curae Healths 5 year plan
- The IPO
- The Convertible Note and this investment opportunity
- The use of funds and the drive towards the IPO
On the panel
Steve Maarbani & Malcolm Lean, CEO of Curae Health and formerly a Board member of Maven Dental, assisting Maven Dental grow from start up to owning 87 dental practices across Australia with 1,000 staff and $140M revenue.