With investors on board, QNA develops a new technology. The start-up is halfway there.
QNA Technology, a company specialising in the production of colloidal semiconductor quantum dots, has already raised several million zloty of external financing. For the development of its innovative project, it received support from the BrigdeAlfa programme of the National Centre for Research and Development (NCBiR), whereas the money was transferred through Kvarko venture capital fund. Now the investors involved in the fund have upped the stakes. They were joined by Mariusz Muszyński, who is financially involved in several NewConnect companies. The amount of the investment has not been disclosed to the public. What is certain is that the money is to help in the development of new products. According to the start-up, it will be spent on R&D efforts, including on the “synthesis of blue quantum dots, to be used, for instance in TVs and displays”.