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About Avidex

Avidex is a spin out from Oxford University. The company is developing T-Cell receptors for use in stem cell research focused on cures for various diseases including cancers, osteoporosis, and multiple sclerosis.

Headquarters Location

Oxford, England,

United Kingdom

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Latest Avidex News

Listen Technologies Partners with Avidex for Distribution in Greece

Oct 12, 2020

Listen Technologies Partners with Avidex for Distribution in Greece Listen Technologies  Corporation, a provider of advanced wireless listening solutions for 22 years, announced that it has partnered with Avidex , an audiovisual (AV) distributor and integrator based in Athens, Greece. Avidex will distribute Listen Technologies’ communications systems to businesses and venues throughout Greece. Avidex has more than 20 years of experience addressing the AV needs of end users and businesses across several markets. Its clients include private corporations, education and cultural foundations, and commercial facilities. “Avidex shares Listen Technologies’ passion for delivering outstanding customer service and meeting the unique needs of each client,” said  Flemming Bjerke , vice president of business development and managing director of Listen Europe, Listen Technologies. “We are excited to partner with Avidex to bring clear audio solutions to market in Greece, especially as businesses and venues adapt to physical distancing and mask requirements intended to promote safety.”  Requiring employees and guests to maintain physical distance and wear face coverings are ways to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, but these measures can create barriers to communication, safety, and even productivity. Listen Technologies’ wireless audio solutions help businesses and venues overcome the challenges of distance, masks, background noise, and hearing loss so people can hear clearly and engage. ListenTALK  is a mobile two-way communication system that enables group communication with the touch of a button. Users “can hear others clearly up to 200 meters away, without shouting, even while wearing masks.” The units are “easy to clean and disinfect and are ideal for manufacturing and office environments,” according to the company. Listen EVERYWHERE  streams audio over Wi-Fi to personal smartphones and Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids. Applications include drive-in movies, graduations, and worship services. ListenIR  uses infrared (IR) technology to transmit and receive audio where audio needs to be private, including in courtrooms, boardrooms, and adjacent classrooms. “We are pleased to cooperate with Listen Technologies and distribute their products in Greece,” said Fenia Karkantzou, marketing coordinator, Avidex. “Listen Technologies’ product portfolio offers clear and smart system solutions to group communication issues. We firmly believe that this partnership will have a positive impact in the Greek market, and despite the pandemic, Listen Technologies products will find their expected response.”  Source: Listen Technologies

Avidex Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Avidex's headquarters?

    Avidex's headquarters is located at Oxford.

  • What is Avidex's latest funding round?

    Avidex's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Avidex?

    Investors of Avidex include MediGene, University of Oxford and Advent Venture Partners.

  • Who are Avidex's competitors?

    Competitors of Avidex include Esperance Pharmaceuticals, Endocare, OncoMed Pharmaceuticals, CoImmune, TxCell and 13 more.

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