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The brainwaves behind future healthcare

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The brainwaves behind future healthcare is part of the ‘A Different Angle’ film series, exploring the role of private equity and venture capital in European society. This unique film series, presented by Invest Europe, the world’s largest association of private capital providers, and produced by BBC StoryWorks Commercial Productions, brings to screen the human stories at the heart of the businesses that are driving change and fuelling growth through private capital.

A Different Angle aims to improve the understanding of private equity and venture capital, demystifying the virtuous circle of investing that supports our pensions and savings while exploring the true nature of innovation in Europe. It will also raise awareness about the expertise injected into businesses alongside capital, and how profit and purpose, such as high social and environmental goals, can work in harmony to produce better returns for investors and society.

IQ Capital is a prime example of how venture capital is deeply woven into the fabric of entrepreneurial innovation in Europe.

IQ Capital’s backing of Neurovalens, a start up operating in Europe and USA, is all about putting an end to expensive and invasive surgical procedures via a novel headset. It can be worn at home for 30 minutes a day, sending electrical impulses to your brainstem which Neurovalens says can reboot existing health conditions to potentially reverse obesity, diabetes, depression and anxiety. With some 463 million adults living with diabetes in 2019 (by 2045 this will rise to 700 million), this innovation offers not just a non-surgical, at-home treatment, but will be a big financial alleviation for healthcare systems globally.

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This video was produced for Invest Europe by BBC StoryWorks, the commercial content division of BBC Global News.

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