Bionic foot startup nabs $2.2M bridge round

Colorado's FitBionic has closed $2.2 million to help it launch its first product, a foot prosthetic. The cash is designed to support FitBionic until its can wrap up its Series A, which the company expects next year. KMG Capital Partners led the round, joined by High Country Venture and the Colorado Institute for Drug, Device and Diagnostic Development. More

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