Wenger Vieli: Nexenic raises 1.8 million for series production of Steasy®
Nexenic, the foodtech start-up, has just closed its oversubscribed financing round of CHF 1.8 Million to start and accelerate the serial production and market entry of their portable mini-steamer Steasy®.
The Swiss company has developed a portable mini-steamer the size of a standard lunch box, and they’ve called it Steasy®. The product is soon to start serial production and enter the market. With this successful funding round, its founders are gearing up for their invention’s entrance onto a wider stage. Claudio Ruiz, Reto Muhl and Johannes Hofer, the founders of the Winterthur-based startup, originally developed Steasy to simplify the everyday lives of students and employees. The device allows hungry users to heat up their meals gently and efficiently – no microwave, oven or power socket needed. What began as an idea during their studies at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) is now in preparation for the serial production.
Wenger Vieli has acteded as legal advisor to Nexenic. The team included Michael Baier (partner, venture capital /m&a, pictured), Claudia Keller (counsel, IP/IT) and Dorian Loosli (legal advisor) from the Wenger Vieli Start-up Desk.