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Neurotech secures a new European commercial agreement with Brain Therapeutics in Greece as Mente Autism therapy distribution partner


Perth, Australia, Malta & Athens, Greece – Neurotech International Limited (ASX: NTI) (“Neurotech” or the “Company”), developer of quality medical solutions in the neuroscience space, is pleased to announce that it has secured Brain Therapeutics, a specialist in CNS products for the Greek market.

With many years of experience bringing premium products, services and support to the healthcare market in Greece and 12 more countries (66 million population), Brain Therapeutics is a Central Nervous System Specialty Company focused on three Therapeutic areas: Psychiatry, Neurology and Pain. Brain Therapeutics is focused on the high unmet need in the sophisticated area of CNS and the team has more than 100 years’ experience within Brain Disorders and commercial capabilities acquired through years of experience in multinational pharma. In addition, the team has a strong network among CNS key opinion leaders and all these years is dedicated to Brain Disorders.

Brain Therapeutics personnel are being introduced to Mente shortly and an initial marketing plan for Mente Autism is being prepared. An autism breakthrough, clinically proven Mente helps ASD children to learn to engage positively with their environment. Mente is the world’s only personalised neurofeedback therapy clinically proven to help children with ASD self-regulate attention and mood. Mente is available through

Peter Griffiths, CEO of Neurotech International said: “We are delighted to announce Brain Therapeutics as our distribution partner in Greece. After successfully renewing our CE Medical registration, this is another milestone for Neurotech in Europe. Brain Therapeutics has extensive experience and commercial capabilities in Greece and other regions such as Balkan countries & Eastern Europe, we look forward to working with them to market and promote Mente Autism.”

George Pavlakis, Managing Director of Brain Therapeutics, said: “We are honoured to have been chosen to represent Neurotech in Greece. Our experience in the field coupled with Neurotech’s vision for autism will allow us to tap into what we believe is an outstanding market potential.”

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