Aaron.ai Raises €3.5 Million in Funding  

by Kay Aloha Villamor May 23rd, 2022

Aaron.ai, a Berlin, Germany-based startup that offers an AI-based practice assistant, raised €3.5 million in funding. 

The investment round was led by Munich impact investor BonVenture, IBB Ventures from Berlin, and the venture fund from Futury Capital from Frankfurt.

Aaron.ai intends to use the proceeds of this round to continue to expand its product offering as well as grow the team. It operates to positively impact medical systems across Europe.


Raised: €3.5M

Round: Unknown

Funding Month: May 2022

Lead Investors: BonVenture, IBB Ventures, and Futury Capital 

Additional Investors:

Company Website: https://aaron.ai/

Software Category: AI-based practice assistant

About the Company: Aaron.ai was founded by Tobias Wagenfuhrer, Richard von Schaewen and Iwan Lappo Danilewskih in 2015 in Berlin. The AI health tech company has developed the digital practice employee “Aaron”. It takes calls from patients and handles them automatically when the practice team is unavailable. With the help of artificial intelligence, the technology bridges the growing shortage of medical professionals and the aging society. With a solution that can be booked online with just a few clicks, Aaron.ai makes artificial intelligence easily accessible to counteract the shortage of skilled workers. Over 2,000 doctors are already using the AI employee “Aaron” to automatically receive and prioritize patient calls, thereby relieving employees in medical practices.  

Source: https://techfundingnews.com/german-startup-aaron-ai-raises-e3-5m-for-its-ai-digital-medical-practice-assistant/



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