“We believe that Skinlync can be the support needed for effective self-management, easily accessible and at an affordable price. With Skinlync, patients will feel less lost, lonely, and overwhelmed and more confident, comfortable, and empowered.” - Yigit Akar
Our story and journey with Skinlync was featured by Business Weekly earlier this month in the article - Cambridge startup’s quality more than skin deep. As we venture on this arduous entrepreneurship journey, opportunities like these where we are able to reflect on and cherish the milestones we have achieved motivate us to continue on our mission to help people with common skin conditions attain healthier skin and a happier mind.
2021 has been a great year for Skinlync thus far. In February, we secured pre-seed funding (SEIS) from Bethnal Green Ventures, Europe’s leading early-stage tech for good VC, and joined its Spring 2021 Tech for Good Programme. With this support, Skinlync has managed to grow the team from three people to seven, with a focus on expanding our technology capabilities. Skinlync was also one out of 10 ventures selected to pitch at the recent UK Business Angels Association & Mayor of London’s TechInvest Healthtech Showcase.
To take Skinlync to the next level, we will be undertaking fundraising activities in Q3 2021 (SEIS/EIS). Feel free to get in touch (email@example.com) if you would like to get to know us and Skinlync better.
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We are extremely honoured and thrilled to have been selected to pitch at Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre's RAISE! event last week on Wednesday, live from The Bradfield Centre. Thank you to the organisers for hosting such a great event, which will hopefully contribute to our fundraising efforts. Good job to the other ventures who pitched too.