StageUnattributed VC | Alive
About Metafoam Technologies
Metafoam is a manufacturer of open-cell metal foam products. Per the company, their products have properties that are especially well-suited in addressing the thermal, electrochemical and electrolysis challenges faced by the electronics and petrochemical industries.
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Metafoam Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Metafoam Technologies founded?
Metafoam Technologies was founded in 2003.
Where is Metafoam Technologies's headquarters?
Metafoam Technologies's headquarters is located at 75 De Mortagne Boulevard, Boucherville.
What is Metafoam Technologies's latest funding round?
Metafoam Technologies's latest funding round is Unattributed VC.
Who are the investors of Metafoam Technologies?
Investors of Metafoam Technologies include Inovia Capital, Telesystem, BDC Venture Capital, ID Capital and Fier Id S.E.C..
Who are Metafoam Technologies's competitors?
Competitors of Metafoam Technologies include Ecovative Design and 4 more.
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