FBC Device is a clinical stage company looking to expand its core. The company achievements have been reached through a strict company focus on intellectual property, product R&D, and clinical documentation to commercialize implants with the potential to improve clinical performance. We rely on our blue-chip supply chain to manage costs and act in an agile manner. All of which is guided by the company wide experience and network within spinal surgery, clinical research, implant development, marketing and commercialization.
Our investors include:
Sunstone Capital is an independent venture capital investor founded in 2007 by an international team of industry experts with combined entrepreneurial, operational and financial experience. Sunstone Capital focuses on developing and expanding early-stage Life Science and Technology companies with strong potential to achieve global success in their markets. Sunstone Capital currently manages four Life Science funds and three Technology funds. Within Life Science, Sunstone Life Science Ventures has invested in more than 35 companies in the areas of pharmaceuticals, medical technologies and diagnostics, and has completed several successful exits and IPOs. Managing total funds of EUR 693 million, Sunstone Capital is one of the largest and most active European venture capital investors.
The Danish Growth Fund is the Danish state’s investment fund. It is an independent fund governed by an independent legal act and an independent board of directors. The act concerning the Danish Growth Fund stipulates that the fund must promote growth and renewal for small and medium-sized enterprises in order to achieve a greater socio-economic return. It contributes to the creation of new companies by providing capital and expertise. Since 1992, The Danish Growth Fund has together with private investors co-financed growth in more than 5,000 Danish companies with a total commitment of more than DKK 12 billion. The Danish Growth Fund invests equity and provides loans and guarantees for small as well as medium-sized enterprises in collaboration with private partners and Danish financial institutions. The Danish Growth Fund has co-financed over 5,000 companies since 1992. In 2013 these companies together had over 33,000 employees in total.
The Danish Growth Fund, Vækstfonden
The Danish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education is responsible for Research, Information technology (IT), Innovation, Telecommunications, University educations and Internationalisation of education and training in Denmark.
Capnova A/S (former Østjysk Innovation) was the first to invest in FBC Device. It works with the unique business potential in newly established innovative companies based on research results or a high knowledge content.