Speedinvest co-leads a €4M round for German health tech roclub

roclub, a German company developing teleoperation solutions for healthcare, has raised a €4 million in a seed round supported by Austrian Speedinvest and US-based FJ Labs. roclub will expand its activities into Europe and the USA, further develop its marketplace for remote services and expand its team.

  • The Berlin-based B2B SaaS company, roclub develops a teleoperation platform for medtech, enabling remote MRI/CT scans and support for radiographers. The company claims its digital solution can improve access to care, increase the efficiency in the operation of medical technology as well as secure business continuity for healthcare organizations at any location at any time for any examination.
  • The connectivity of any medtech device to the platform is done “plug&play”. Additionally, the financing follows a pre-seed financing round of €2.5 million. 
  • The fresh investment was co-led by the Austrian venture capital fund Speedinvest, which closed its fourth fund of €350 million to support early-stage startups in January 2024. The second leading investor is a New York-based FJ Labs, which focuses on marketplaces and network effect businesses. better ventures and several business angels also joined the round.

We are pioneering a platform that has the potential to disrupt the operation of medtech. Our vision: Better access to care for patients, more flexibility and business opportunities for medical technical staff and business continuity for healthcare providers worldwide,

André Glardon, co-founder & Managing Director of roclub, said.

With the fresh capital, roclub will expand its activities from the DACH region to the rest of Europe and the USA, further develop its marketplace for remote services and expand its international team. As a B2B SaaS company, roclub aims to change with its digital product the operation of medical technology.