Podcast interview with Amy Roberts from Healty Bytes
In Q1, 2017, the fund invested in Clinical Ink, which is one of Winston Salem's best startup companies. The press release below gives an overview of the company's progress.
he company announced today that it has raised a $4.0 million Series A financing, led by Waterline Ventures. Dioko Health Ventures, a North Carolina based fund managed by Nashville-based FCA Venture Partners, joined Alma Mundi Fund in the round as well. Funding will be used to continue expanding access to the company’s proven eConsult platform that empowers primary care providers with same-day insights from an expert panel of specialists.
Dioko Ventures, in partnership with Nashville, TN based venture capital firm, FCA Venture Partners, announced this week the launch of its’ first fund, Dioko Health Ventures I, LP. The Fund is seeking to raise $15-25 million to invest in companies primarily in and around Western North Carolina and the Triad.