Verve Motion Stock

www.vervemotion.comIndustrial / Industrial equipmentFounded: 2020

Verve Motion, co-founded in 2020 by Ignacio Galiana, Conor Walsh, Mike Rouleau, Nathalie Degenhardt, and Nicolas Menard as a biodesign lab initiative at Harvard University, is a company creating wearable technology for industrial workers. Verve Motion created exosuits designed to assist workers who wear them so they can avoid injuries and fatigue during strenuous activities. The technology was originally developed for military personnel, but in 2020 the team shifted its focus to commercializing the exoskeletal technology for industrial, retail, and manufacturing use. Verve Motion is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Verve Motion investors also invested in these private companies

Safar Partners
Cybernetix Ventures
Construct Capital

Team

Management Team

Ignacio Bujanda Ph.D
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Matthew Katzman
Chief Revenue Officer
Nathalie Degenhardt
Co-Founder & Head of Functional Apparel

Board Members

Dayna Grayson
Construct Capital
Eric Paley
Founder Collective

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Verve Motion raises $20M to grow its exosuit business
Verve Motion, a startup building a robotic “exosuit” designed to help workers complete physically demanding tasks in factories and other like environments, today announced that it raised $20 million in a Series B round led by Safar Partners with participation from Cybernetix Ventures, Construct Capital, Pillar VC, OUP and angel investors including Okta co-founder Frederic Kerrest.
Updated on: Feb 24, 2024

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