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AIS Channel

Carrer Villarroel, 170 08036 Barcelona

AIS Channel is the world's leading online platform for medical-surgical education taught by the best surgeons and health professionals in the world. Access to it is free, with the aim of democratizing health knowledge with the enormous social benefit that this entails for millions of people around the world.

Industries & Technologies

Industries: Edtech
Technologies: ICT
Other fields: -

Financial data

Funding stage:
Founded: 2015

Other information

Business model: Saas
Target: Business
Spinoff participants: CERCA Centre (IDIBAPS)


0.6M € (May 2020)

Minority stake unknown %


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