Dytter raises investment from Health Investment Partners
The Dutch investment fund Health Investment Partners (HIP) has announced a significant investment in Dytter, an online platform that matches healthcare providers with healthcare organizations. This comes as the result of a successful investment round, in which several interested parties applied to provide Dytter with a capital injection.
Dytter intends to use this growth capital to realize its ambitious growth plans more quickly, for example, by making the digital product smarter and more scalable, and doubling the number of personnel on its software development team. According to director André Piso, this is part of Dytter's short-term goal to scale up the care platform for customers outside the Randstad.
Realizing the need for growth-oriented investment, Dytter called in the advice of ECFG, which focuses specifically on smart capital. “We were looking for parties that not only put money into something, but also bring knowledge and expertise,” says André. HIP’s knowledge was decisive for Dytter and André Piso in choosing them as an investor.
HIP is especially pleased with Dytter’s ambitious and driven team, the technology behind the platform, and the speed with which Dytter is storming the market. In addition, HIP is impressed by the systematic approach that Dytter takes to developing internal talent.
Donar van den Berg of HIP explains, “We invest in growth companies that make a positive contribution to the healthcare market. We believe that the Dytter platform can make an important contribution to healthcare by unlocking the scarce nursing workforce. Moreover, we recognize our own values in Dytter's mission to help arrange good care affordably, quickly and without hassle. Of course we are happy and proud that we can contribute to the realization of this great mission.”
“In order to realize post-corona growth, you need capital,” says André Piso. “This investment provides immediate acceleration to help us realize our plans, allowing us to make up for the delay caused by the pandemic.”
In the coming months, Dytter plans to expand to provinces outside the Randstad, and to take further steps toward expansion into Germany. The exact amount of the investment is not mentioned.
Dytter is an online matching platform that brings together supply and demand in healthcare, by independently matching healthcare providers with healthcare organizations. By eliminating unnecessary intermediaries, complicated procedures and cumbersome processes, the platform brings the two together more easily, quickly and efficiently.
About Health Investment Partners
Health Investment Partners is an investment fund that focuses on healthcare companies with a sustainable impact in terms of prevention, efficiency and/or quality. HIP does this by providing growth capital and hands-on guidance, as part of its long-term goal of keeping healthcare accessible for all. HIP has previously invested in QRS, FamilySupporters, Sananet, Mantelaar, SMan and Somnox.