Neoss gets teeth into £5.5 million 

Privately owned Neoss, a developer of dental implants based in Harrogate, has secured £5.5 million to fund research and development and global sales expansion.

The majority of the funding is from its current major shareholders, MMC Ventures, Delta Partners and Medtronic, together with a number of high-net-worth individuals.

Michael J Dormer, chairman of Neoss, stated: “We are exceptionally pleased with the ongoing confidence of our existing shareholders as we successfully grow Neoss toward becoming a major company in the dental implant field.”

Neoss was founded in 2000 by professor Neil Meredith and Fredrik Engman with the intention of developing a dental implant system to replace missing teeth.

See also: Neoss raises £10 million from venture capital

Marc Barber

Marc Barber

Marc was editor of GrowthBusiness from 2006 to 2010. He specialised in writing about entrepreneurs, private equity and venture capital, mid-market M&A, small caps and high-growth businesses.

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