logo_pic Neonatal Birth Unit

...the natural birth after c-section

Our Mission, Vision and Values

Since the first concept designs and market researches in 2012 NNBU’s story has always been about innovation. In 2014 we pioneered the idea of aftercare support for newborn babies and filed first patents. Then, in 2016, the NnBU GmbH was founded in the capital city of Germany with the clear aim to develop the first fully functional prototype within this decade.

The foundations and aspirations of our business remain true to those established by our visionary founders, and their innovation and energy continue to be our inspiration.

Our passion and entrepreneurial culture will ensure that we deliver for any c-section born baby the possibility to ease the disadvantages coming with the c-section by bridging the gap between the natural birth method and the c-section.


Our Purpose

Developing and marketing a reliable and safety medical equipment to “kick-start” and support initial breathing as well as many other hormonally controlled processes directly after every c-section delivery.


Our Mission

We strive to develop a solution to mitigate the major disadvantages embedded in giving birth by c-section delivery with reliable and efficient medical equipment. Globally. 24/7/365.


Our Vision

NnBU will be the natural birth after c-section. By nature.


Our Values

- We are a team that values diversity.

- We always do the right thing. With precision, pace and passion.

- We trust each other and have fun winning together.

- We own and shape our future.

- We create sustainable growth by doing the right things. For All.



Schönhauser Alle 129
10437 Berlin
Phone: +49 (0) 176 32251673
E-Mail: info@nnbu.de
Internet: http://www.nnbu.de

Chief Executive Officer

Frederic Vo Van

Commercial Register

Amtsgericht Charlottenburg (Berlin), HRB 182112 B

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