Leo Innovation Lab says sale of spinoff is "stamp of approval"

The sale of healthcare app company Omhu to US-based Medable is the first time that Leo Innovation Lab has completely let go of one of its companies. CEO Anne Cathrine Fleischer sees the sale as a stamp of approval.

Anne Cathrine Fleischer, CEO at Leo Innovation Lab | Photo: Mathilde Gilling / Leo Innovation Lab / PR

Just two years after app company Omhu was spun out from Leo Innovation Lab, Leo has chosen to sell all of its shares in the firm to US-based Medable for an undisclosed sum. It is the first time that Leo Innovation Lab has sold the entirety of one of its spinoff companies.

Omhu has developed a dermatological diagnostics app, where patients can take pictures of skin abnormalities with their smartphones and send them to dermatologists.

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