Rwandan-based Viebeg Technologies a health tech startup that deploys technology to offer medical supplies of high quality has raised pre-seed funding from Beyond Capital Ventures.
Other partners like Eckenstein Geigy Stiftung and Beyond Capital Fund joined in the investment round.
Speaking on the raised pre-seed fund, Tobias Reiter, Chief Executive Officer of Viebeg Technologies said:
“As AI enthusiasts and entrepreneurs, Alex and I became aware of the shortage of quality in-time medical supply in Africa and its consequences, namely millions of casualties per year,”
Viebeg has proven its relevance and sustainability over time. Since it was established, It has recorded success. Viebeg has expanded to Burundi and DR Congo serving over 400 customers.
With the increased demand for the distribution of medical supplies as a result of the pandemic surge, Viebeg is targeted to serve a $4 billion market in Central and East Africa.
About Viebeg technologies
The African continent has problems with express access to decent medicare and medical supplies.
This problem has presented Health-tech opportunists and stakeholders with opportunities to gain massive entry into the market and benefit from the untapped market access that health technology has.
Viebeg has come into the scene to solve the problems of medical supply by using an innovation that will send medical supplies to reach remote communities and the underserved via reliable logistics.
Their focus is on markets that are in need of intelligent solutions as it regards medical supplies especially to areas going through one crisis or another.
With the innovation that Viebeg technologies bring, thousands of death would be avoided.
Viebeg technologies have its logistics platform and other services which include inventory, warehousing, shipping e.t.c.
With this array of services, all kinds of medical supplies are sure to get to those who need them, especially those living in scantily populated areas.
Veibeg Technologies was established by Tobias Reiter in 2018.
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