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Cynora

3 Disclosed Funding Rounds $61,369,293

0 Participating Investments


Chemical, Lighting

Cynora is to create added value for OLED producers by supplying highly efficient OLED products based on the TADF technology .

Bruchsal, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, Europe (DE)

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European Union (EU) (0 Investors) (0 Startups)

Founded date 01, 2008

Founders Tobias Grab, Thomas Baumann, Michael Bachle

Operating Status Active

Funding Stage Late Stage Venture

Last Funding Type Series C

Also known as CYNORA

Company Type For Profit


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The demand for thin and flexible screens is increasing. At the same time, the expectations for less power consumption and better image quality rise. In order to reduce the power consumption and to increase the display resolution, highly efficient blue emitters are necessary. After 20 years of research in the field of phosphorescent emitters by the industry and scientific institutes, no blue emitting material, which is efficient, stable and shows the required deep-blue color, has been developed. Their mission is to create added value for OLED producers by supplying highly efficient OLED products based on the TADF technology (Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence). The purely organic and iridium-free emitter systems function according to the TADF principle and were developed for the modern vacuum processes of OLEDs. Through their cooperation with the largest manufacturers in Korea and China, the potential of their unique patented materials can be demonstrated impressively.

Date Round Raised Lead
May, 14, 2019 Series C $25,000,000 -------
September, 14, 2017 Series B $29,803,132 LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics
June, 06, 2011 Series A $6,566,160 MIG

Cynora Investors (10)

Investor Lead? Round Participating Raise Date Partners
Wecken & Cie. No Series C $25,000,000 May, 14, 2019 -------
SBI Cross-Border Advantage Fund No Series C $25,000,000 May, 14, 2019 -------
SRF Partners Group No Series C $25,000,000 May, 14, 2019 -------
MIG No Series C $25,000,000 May, 14, 2019 -------
DBOLED No Series C $25,000,000 May, 14, 2019 -------
LG Electronics Yes Series B $29,803,132 September, 14, 2017 -------
Samsung Electronics Yes Series B $29,803,132 September, 14, 2017 -------
Wecken & Cie. No Series A $6,566,160 June, 06, 2011 -------
MIG Yes Series A $6,566,160 June, 06, 2011 -------
KfW No Series A $6,566,160 June, 06, 2011 -------