Ceries Invested $100,000 in Medical Monitor Manufacturing Company COJE


Ceries, an accelerator founded by the Busan branch of ‘Korea Association of Private Investment Fund,’ invested $100,000 in the medical monitor manufacturing company COJE.

COJE has been awarded a venture business certificate with its medical monitor technology and received angel funds from Samsung Venture Investment Corporation and Korea Venture Investment Corp. COJE was introduced to Ceries through the event ‘Venture Speech Day’ hosted by ‘Korea Association of Private Investment Fund.’

Ceries commented, “We believe that COJE’s technology is competitive enough to penetrate the global market. We are seeking other investment opportunities in startups that we encountered on ‘Venture Speech Day.”

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