Karlstad-based rehabilitation and preventive care startup Habbie raises 7 million SEK in funding

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Habbie, a Karlstad-based startup offering a digital service for physical rehabilitation, habilitation and preventive care, has raised 7 million SEK (€610K, $660K) from NWT Invest, Gorilla Capital, and Almi Invest, according to a press release.

Habbie's solution can be used at home, in residences, clinics, and healthcare centres. It comprises a cross platform patient app, an administration interface, and an exercise database.

The startup was founded in 2022 by Martin Larsson, Tobias Norén Hallin, and Jan-Eric Persson.

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