A Nottingham business which makes a range of products to help medical professionals access veins is seeking up to £250,000 to increase sales in the UK and across the globe.
Olberon Medical has created the Vacuderm, a device which helps to reduce failure rates in cannulation procedures for children, and Otorhinoscope, a diagnostic device for the ears and nose.
The company has launched a pitch for investment via crowdfunding platform Crown for Angels and hopes to raise between £100,000 and £250,000.
If successful, the cash will support the development of Vacuderm as well as helping to increase sales distribution networks in the UK and internationally.
Olberon was founded in 2005.