Graphmatech joins SynerLeap


Graphmatech are proud to have recently become an active member of SynerLeap, the innovation growth hub of pioneering technology leader ABB.

SynerLeap help startups accelerate and expand on a global market, offering mentorship and access to ABB’s networks, clients and technology.

“Graphmatech is a very interesting and promising company, and we are really happy to have them in SynerLeap!” said Peter Löfgren, Managing Director of SynerLeap.

“In addition to exciting technology, Mamoun and the team are strongly contributing to the entrepreneurial culture in SynerLeap and our overall target to speed up innovation and maximize value creation.”

“We see great opportunities for our technology in several areas for ABB, as well as to cooperate with ABB Corporate Research Center and co-develop materials technology solutions for ABB products and technology.” said Mamoun Taher, Graphmatech CEO.

Read more about the partnership here.


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