deWiz AB Closes Out Series-B Funding to Fuel Golf Wearable Technology Business
deWiz AB has closed out its current Series-B funding round with more than 43 million SEK (nearly 4M USD) in new investment dedicated to its deWiz Golf business. The oversubscribed investment will showcase deWiz’s wearable swing modifying technology through additional marketing, further global expansion, continued product development, and added staffing to support further growth. And with financial backing secured for the golf vertical, deWiz AB can continue development on new verticals, including sports like basketball and tennis, as well as broader applications across gaming and healthcare. The Series-B funding round was backed by the original investors group, and includes new investors like Patrick Rees, founder of Bygghemma, and global deWiz ambassadors Vijay Singh and Annika Sörenstam.
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“As deWiz continues to push the boundaries of technology and learning, this latest investment round will fuel our continued global growth of our golf swing modifier, which has gained tremendous traction the past year at all levels of the golf industry, spanning instructors, professional tour players and club golfers. This investment round bolsters our deWiz golf business for the future and next we will focus on raising additional investment for further development of new applications of our patented, stimuli-based technology,” said Jesper Kärrbrink, Chairman of the Board, deWiz AB.
“Matching our Series-A funding round last year, it’s a testament of deWiz’s potential with this fundraising effort countering the global economic and geopolitical headwinds and expanding the scope of our investors group. As we continue to grow, we’re establishing a U.S.-based investment entity and opening up new markets, both for our golf technology globally, as well as new technology solutions for other sports and industries for our patented approaches within wearable tech,” said Christian Bergh, cofounder and CEO, deWiz AB.
“Part of the foundation of deWiz’s latest investment round has been the enthusiasm within the golf industry for deWiz Golf’s innovative swing data as we continue to introduce it to coaches and golfers, from the world’s elite to beginners trying to cure their slice. We’ve added a new layer of easily accessible swing data that helps golfers better understand precisely what they are doing in every swing, eliminating the guesswork and providing them tangible data points to hit the ball longer, straighter, and closer,” said Markus Westeberg, cofounder and Chief Product Officer, deWiz Golf AB.
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DEWIZ GOLF, HOW IT WORKS: Under development for more than five years, deWiz tracks the exact position of a golfer’s hands throughout the swing, providing a 3D analysis and delivering data via a user-friendly app that helps golfers more consistently hit the ball longer, straighter, and closer, as well as learn faster with deWiz’s patented Learning Stimuli™. To access videos on all deWiz’s groundbreaking features, instructional webinars, and ambassador testimonials, please visit deWiz’s YouTube Channel.
DEWIZ COACHES PROGRAM: The deWiz Coaches Program provides teaching professionals an innovative new approach to coaching by providing students actionable, real-time data that they can apply to their own practice, seamlessly monitoring their progress between lessons. The deWiz Coaches Program benefits include affiliate revshare programs, access to advance data and dedicated onboarding services for certified golf instructors. To learn more, visit deWiz Coaches Program or email email@example.com. Currently, deWiz Coaches Program has partnerships with the LPGA Professionals, PGA of Sweden, PGA of Germany and the Southern California PGA of America Section.
DEVELOPED BY EXPERTS, TESTED BY PROS: The deWiz Global Ambassadors roster currently includes Annika Sörenstam, 10-time major-champion; Vijay Singh, 3-time major-champion; Bryson DeChambeau, U.S. Open champion from 2020; 2016 Open-champion Henrik Stenson; 2021 U.S. Women’s Open champion Yuka Saso; 2019 Houston Open-champion Lanto Griffin; 2-time long drive world champion, Tim Burke, and former PGA of America National Teacher of the Year Martin Hall.
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