Sennheiser invests in Norwegian scale-up sensiBel

Today, sensiBel, a Norwegian scale-up, announced a significant milestone with the successful closure of their EUR 7 million funding round. The investment was led by Sennheiser, a global leader in professional audio, along with participation from existing shareholders including TRUMPF Venture, Skagerak Capital, Investinor, SINTEF Venture, MP Pensjon, and Halden Kommunale Pensjonskasse. We are proud to have acted as legal advisers to SensiBel throughout this transaction.

sensiBel, a deep-tech company, has pioneered the development of a miniature microphone using cutting-edge optical technology. This innovation marks a significant advancement in MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems) microphone performance, heralding a new era in audio technology.

CEO Sverre Dale Moen expressed his pride in welcoming Sennheiser as an investor, emphasizing the validation of SensiBel's technology and the transformative potential of optical MEMS technology in shaping the future of miniature microphones.

"We believe that an investment from a highly respected audio company like Sennheiser underscores the merits of our technology and the promising future of optical MEMS technology," stated Moen. "We are committed to collaborating with long-term investors such as Sennheiser to bring products based on this groundbreaking technology to the market. Furthermore, we remain open to evaluating additional investors for future capital raises."

We congratulate all parties involved. Our core team consisted of Tommy Dahlen and Maria B. Tanemsmo.


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