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Unilever Ventures supports P2i ion-mask technology
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May '08
P2i Ltd has attracted substantial investment from Unilever Ventures. The additional funding will allow P2i to accelerate the introduction of its ground-breaking ion-mask technology across its chosen market segments and expand its operations to maximise market penetration.

“The past few months have seen some amazing developments for us, not only signing our first high street customer for ion-mask but winning a prestigious Innovation award at the ISPO Show in Germany,” said P2i's Business Development Director, Dr Ian Robins. “The benefits of ion-mask enhancement are well-known in performance textiles and laboratory disposables but with this additional investment we will now be able to take ion-mask to a far wider audience.”

“True technical innovation is a rarity these days but having tracked P2i's progress over the past several months we spotted something pretty revolutionary in ion-mask,” added Director of Unilever Ventures, Mark Muth. “Having assessed the technology for both performance textiles and technical market segments, there's no doubt this is a world class process and we are looking forward to working with P2i to accelerate its commercial roll-out into some exciting new sectors.”

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