Boulder’s Biodesix closes on $8.8M to expand r&d, sales efforts

Boulder-based Biodesix Inc., a venture-backed molecular diagnostics firm, landed $8.8 million in a follow-on sale of Series D preferred shares, company officials announced Thursday.

Biodesix plans to use the money for product development and to bolster sales and marketing efforts related to VeriStrat, a product aimed at identifying the effectiveness of potential treatments for non-small cell lung cancer patients.

Separately, Biodesix announced it inked a collaboration agreement with Bruker Daltonics. The support agreement expands on an existing partnership that involves the use of Bruker’s mass spectrometry instruments with other products in development.

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One Response to Boulder’s Biodesix closes on $8.8M to expand r&d, sales efforts

  1. Steven Cliff says:

    A business really need an effective plan for sales and marketing efforts and this Biodesix is one of the best option and I guess it can also help even small businesses.

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