Surgical procedures become more efficient and easier with Brainlab.
With revenues of approximately EUR 275 million in the 2017 financial year, Brainlab operates sustainably profitable. The company has around 1,370 employees across 18 locations globally, including more than 450 engineers in research and development. Last year, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel attended the opening ceremony of its new headquarters on the site of the former Munich-Riem Airport, where Ms. Merkel praised Brainlab as a role model for German innovation.
The technologies developed by Brainlab include image-guided CMF, ENT and orthopedic surgery, spinal, trauma and neurosurgery, intraoperative imaging and integrated OR solutions. Brainlab’s technology makes complex surgical procedures simpler and more efficient. Further, the company’s software solutions simplify treatment planning as well as d the exchange and optimization of medical images, thereby ensuring rapid diagnosis and coordination between the doctors involved.
EMH and Brainlab have agreed to keep the size of the investment confidential. Brainlab is already the fifth investment of the EMH Digital Growth Fund, investing in European SMEs with high potential for growth and digitalization. By taking a long-term “build and scale” approach, the private equity company allows its portfolio companies to profit from the EMH team’s digitalization and entrepreneurial competencies, as well as its capital. Along with Brainlab, the portfolio includes Occhio, a leading German manufacturer of high-quality designer lighting; Kiveda Group, the premier multi-channel provider of fitted kitchens; Native Instruments, the world’s leading producer of music production and DJing technology; and Design Offices, the German industry leader in the corporate coworking sector.