Durable Activated Residual Textiles Overview

  • Founded
  • 2009
Founded
  • Status
  • Private
  • Latest Deal Type
  • Joint Venture
  • Latest Deal Amount
  • $250K
Latest Deal Amount
  • Investors
  • 2

Durable Activated Residual Textiles General Information

Description

Developer of a durable residual wall lining designed to combat malaria. The company's wall lining complements and replaces indoor residual spraying, provides protection against diseases like dengue fever and controls nuisance pests such as ants, cockroaches and bedbugs, enabling users to stay protected from diseases spread by insects.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
Privately Held (backing)
Financing Status
Venture Capital-Backed
Primary Industry
Specialty Chemicals
Primary Office
  • South Africa
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Durable Activated Residual Textiles Valuation & Funding

Deal Type Date Amount Raised to Date Post-Val Status Stage
1. Joint Venture 10-Feb-2009 $250K Completed Startup
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Durable Activated Residual Textiles Executive Team (2)

Name Title Board Seat Contact Info
Richard Allen Co-Founder
Per Reimer Chairman
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Durable Activated Residual Textiles Board Members (1)

Name Representing Role Since
Per Reimer Durable Activated Residual Textiles Chairman 000 0000
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Durable Activated Residual Textiles Investors (2)

Investor Name Investor Type Holding Investor Since Participating Rounds Contact Info
Acumen Fund Impact Investing Majority 000 0000 000000 0
Vestergaard Frandsen Corporation Majority 000 0000 000000 0
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