Eaton Peabody represented digital health platform KinoTek, in the $2.1 million seed round led by the Lake Nona Fund, an early-stage fund that invests in ambitious and innovative founders and companies from the Sports & Health Tech world.
KinoTek is the first startup to receive significant funding from the Lake Nona Fund. The Portland, Maine-based software company was originally selected from nearly 500 startups into the leAD Lake Nona accelerator program in 2020 and is one of the program’s first graduates.
KinoTek is already used in some of America’s largest hospitals, as well as pro sports teams and clinicians worldwide. The round was supported by Maine Venture Fund, Bridge Angels, and other investors and will enable the company to grow further and enhance the quality of care based on a fast, accurate, and objective movement analysis software.
Eaton Peabody professionals Jeff Spaulding, Jen Baroletti, Katie Porter, and Hilary Forsley represented Kinotek in the financing.