Firstcheck looks to raise capital for skin app expansion in Australasia

The New Zealand company behind the Firstcheck skin cancer detection app is opening up its company to shareholders, looking to raise $1.2 million through online equity crowdfunding platform Equitise.

Firstcheck, which allows consumers to take a photo of suspicious moles using smartphone cameras and have it checked remotely by a skin cancer specialist, has already secured $220,000 from angel investment group Enterprise Angels and Kiwi skin health clinic chain Skin Institute.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: Firstcheck

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