Crossject is awarded a 6.9 million euros financing from the French Government, as part of the France 2030 innovation plan, to accelerate the development of ZENEO® Epinephrine

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Crossject, a specialty pharma company in advanced phases of development and registration for ZEPIZURE®, its emergency treatment for the management of epileptic crises based on its award-winning needle-free auto-injector ZENEO®, announces that it has been awarded €6.9 million in public funding as part of the "i-Démo" call for projects under the France 2030 Plan, operated by Bpifrance on behalf of the French Government.

The France 2030 plan aims at supporting French companies that demonstrate exceptional potential for growth and innovation. It will support Crossject's innovative project to accelerate the development of its ZENEO® Epinephrine[1] needle-free autoinjector, and save lives thanks to this new emergency treatment administered by a patient or its family in the event of severe allergic reactions (anaphylactic shock).

The project, which runs until 2026, consists of subsidies for 60% of the total, and of subsidized loans for the remainder, with an initial payment of 1.7 million euros scheduled in the coming weeks, a development milestone of 4 million euros expected in August 2025 and the balance at the end of the project in 2026. The product is expected to generate cumulative sales of around 1 billion euros by 2032 for Crossject and its distributors, contribute to the creation of more than 160 jobs over the period 2024-2032, and support Crossject's actions to reduce the carbon footprint of ZENEO® Epinephrine. The project was also certified by the French cluster PMT.

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