AM HEALTH, a magazine dedicated to the Medical and Healthcare 3D Printing Sector, features the exclusive story of Incredible AM Pvt. Ltd., one of India’s leading medical 3D printing companies.
The Magazine also features PPprint GmbH, that is looking to expand into the Indian market with its skin-friendly Polypropylene (PP) filaments for FDM/FFF 3D printing technology. PPprint is a German Startup that manufactures specialised polypropylene filaments.
Manufactur3D shares the Industry Market Analysis for the Healthcare 3D Printing market of India. The numbers are quite intriguing for studying and comprehending the Indian market. The figures provide a good overview of the market and its future potential.
AM HEALTH magazine includes a number of case studies from Materialise and some well-known Indian surgeons. Insights from India’s top industry leaders are also featured in the magazine.
A thought leadership article on the Career prospects in the medical 3D printing industry written by Santosh Kasture – Director Fast Track Management Consultants, that sheds light on current vacancies, skills in demand, and job roles in the medical 3D printing industry to help students and professionals explore career opportunities.
Finally, an interesting infographic depicts India’s entire Medical and Healthcare 3D Printing Ecosystem. It covers all the relevant industry stakeholders, such as OEMs, material and software providers, service providers, and end-users.
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The end of June has also marked the end of the first half of calendar year 2021 and the investor confidence towards Indian startups is at its all time high. Between January to June 2021, the total capital inflow in Indian startups stands at $10.8 Bn across 614 funding deals. An important point to note is that both the half yearly funding amount and deal count are at their historic peak. Compared to the previous year (i.e. H1 2020) the total funding amount has surged 2.1x whereas compared to H2 2020 the funding amount has increased by 72%.
Irrespective of both usual and optimistic scenarios, there is a very strong probability that the Indian startup ecosystem will witness a record high venture capital inflow by the end of calendar year 2021.