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Marinomed Biotech AG Reports Significant Revenue Growth for the First 9 Months 2021


Marinomed Biotech AG (VSE:MARI), an Austrian science-based biotech company with globally marketed therapeutics derived from innovative proprietary technology platforms, today reported the financial results for the first nine months 2021. Revenue increased by 12.9 % to € 5.7 million in the first three quarters of 2021 (9M 2020: € 5.1 million). In addition, governmental funding for the R&D activities and other income generated another € 1.4 million, resulting in a 21.2 % increase of the total income to € 7.1 million (9M 2020: € 5.9 million). Total R&D expenses for both platforms, Carragelose and Marinosolv, amounted to € 6.1 million (9M 2020: € 3.9 million), mainly due to additional clinical studies in SARS-CoV-2. Therefore, the loss for the first nine months 2021 was at € 6.3 million and fully in line with expectations (9M 2020: € 4.8 million).

“So far, 2021 has been very successful for our business. During the first nine months we continued to significantly advance the virus blocking Carragelose products. As of today, SARS-CoV-2 will remain a major public health threat, and additionally the common cold is making a strong predictable comeback. Increasing scientific evidence shows that our virus-blocker Carragelose is a safe and effective addition, along with vaccination, to controlling viral infections. Carragelose is an additional means of protection, easily available to everyone,” said Dr. Andreas Grassauer, Marinomed’s CEO. “After the reporting period, we finally were able to prove that we deliver on what we promised: In closing the first deal for a product from the Marinosolv platform with Luoxin Pharmaceutical, which will co-develop Budesolv for the Chinese markets, we finally reached a long-awaited milestone. Furthermore, we launched Solv4U, a new business area that makes our clinically proven Marinosolv platform available to partners from the healthcare sector. These are cornerstones on the path towards Marinomed's successful future.”

Highlights in Q3 2021 and after the reporting period:

  • 01 July: Encouraging topline data for the Phase II clinical trial of Tacrosolv in allergic rhinoconjunctivitis
  • 06 July: Distribution of Corona virus blocker Carragelose expanded into Brazil and Mexico
  • 15 July: Chinese patent granted covering the proprietary Marinosolv technology to generate aqueous solutions from insoluble compounds
  • 25 August: Financial results for 1st half 2021 show significant revenue growth
  • 9 September: Publication of clinical data on efficacy of Carragelose lozenges against respiratory viruses including SARS-CoV-2 in the International Journal of General Medicine • 23 September: Marinomed’s investor relations to be strengthened by Stephanie Kniep
  • 4 October: Signing of a financing agreement with Nice & Green S.A. to advance its scientific and clinical programs
  • 20 October: Agreement with Luoxin Pharmaceutical Group to develop and market Budesolv for the treatment of allergic rhinitis in greater China
  • 27 October: Partnership with Perrigo to distribute virus-blocking Carragelose nasal spray in Scandinavia and France
  • 03 November: Announcement of the Solv4U launch, a new business area enabling the development of innovative formulations in technology partnerships

About Marinomed Biotech AG

Marinomed Biotech AG is an Austrian science-based biotech company with globally marketed therapeutics. Marinomed focuses on the development of innovative products based on two patent-protected technology platforms. The Marinosolv® technology increases the solubility and bioavailability of compounds that are hardly soluble in aqueous formulations. The Carragelose® platform comprises innovative patent-protected products targeting viral infections of the respiratory tract and may also reduce the risk of an infection with SARS-CoV2. Carragelose® is used as a virus blocker in nasal sprays, throat sprays, and lozenges, which are sold via international partners in over 40 countries. Marinomed, Marinosolv® and Carragelose® are registered trademarks of Marinomed Biotech AG. These trademarks may be owned or licensed in select locations only. The company is based in Korneuburg, Austria, and listed on the Prime Market of the Vienna Stock Exchange (VSE:MARI) .Further information is available at

For further inquiries contact:

Marinomed Biotech AG
Stephanie Kniep, IR
Hovengasse 25,
2100 Korneuburg, Austria
T +43 2262 90300 226