HEIQ

HeiQ (LSE: HEIQ) is a Swiss IP innovator and established global brand in materials and textile innovation.

Summary

Founded in 2005 as a spin-off from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH) and listed on the London Stock Exchange Main Market since 2020, HeiQ is focused on improving the lives of billions of people world-wide by adding hygiene, comfort, protection and sustainability to the products we use every day. HeiQ has strong IPs which are at the forefront of global technology. Active in multiple markets: textiles, carpets, antimicrobial plastics, conductive coatings, medical devices, probiotic household cleaners, personal care and hospital hygiene, HeiQ has created some of the most effective, durable and high-performance technologies in these markets today.
A trusted innovation partner for over 300 global brands and with a substantial R&D pipeline, HeiQ has won multiple awards and gained a strong reputation for the ESG and sustainable downstream effect of its innovations. HeiQ researches new solutions for partners, delivers scaled up manufacturing from its sites across the world and helps partners with go-to-market launches – aiming for lab to consumer in months.

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