Impact First Invests in Intendu

By Anouk Lorie May 28, 2015 Comments

ImpactFirstLogoMay 28, 2015 | Impact First Investments (IFI) announced that it has invested in Israeli startup Intendu, a company developing technology to improve cognitive rehabilitation. Intendu’s solution hopes to help those suffering from brain dysfunction train their brain with adaptive video games that involve physical activity that include games and other multi-tasking activities. Impact First Investments is a member of Pitango Community Ventures and is headed by Chairman Yair Safrai and co-founder Cecile Blilious.

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