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Health Care North America Wellness Women's

Maternal Health Platform Mae Launches with $1.3M

– Digital health platform, Mae, announced its $1.3M pre-seed funding round led by SteelSky Ventures.
– Other investors in this pre-seed round include Avestria Ventures, MBX Capital, Rhia Ventures.
– This list of investors represents participation from three of the most prominent venture capital funds in the women’s health space, underscoring a commitment to and belief in Mae’s innovative delivery model and its potential to drive health equity and positive outcomes for Black expectant mothers and their babies.
– Mae was founded by CEO Maya Hardigan, following 15-years in digital health product innovation, most recently at Pfizer.

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Family Health Care Health Diagnostics North America Women's

Maven Clinic Raises $110M in Series D Funding

– Maven Clinic from New York provides virtual clinic for women’s and family health, offering continuous, holistic care for fertility, pregnancy and parenting.
– Company raised $110m in Series D funding.
– The round was led by Dragoneer Investment Group, Lux Capital with participation from BOND, Sequoia, Oak HC/FT, and Icon Ventures, as well as Oprah Winfrey.
– The new investment will be used to expand into new populations and to invest in additional product innovation to further enhance its member experience designed to improve clinical outcomes.

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Health Care North America Wellness Women's

Elektra Health funnels new $3.75M round into helping women navigate menopause

– Elektra Health, a women’s health technology company, raised $3.75m in seed funding.
– The round was led by Human Ventures and joined by other investors.
– The company plans to launch its platform in 2022.

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North America Organic Retail Women's

TOP the organic project Raises $2 Million in Seed Extension to Expand Access to Sustainable Period Products

– TOP the organic project, a women-owned, organic period product startup, has extended their seed round to raise $2m as they expand their presence in nationwide retailers and product offering.
– The funding will enable TOP to capitalize on strategic expansion and partnerships, bolster marketing initiatives and grow their team as they seek to provide women and girls with better and healthier products for themselves and the planet.

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Health Care Wellness Western Europe Women's

Vira Health Raises £1.5M in Seed Funding

– Vira Health from London raised £1.5M in seed funding.
– The round was led by LocalGlobe, MMC Ventures, and angel investors including Megumi Ikeda, Managing Director, Hearst Ventures, Andrea Zitna of Elvie, former Spotify executive Sofia Bendz, founder of GoCardless Matt Robinson, and Simon Lambert, former CTO, MOO.com, and Treatwell.
– The company intends to use the funds to invest further in product development and to expand the team.

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Health Care Medical Western Europe Women's

Hertility Health Raises £4.2M in Seed Funding

– Hertility Health is a new women’s health startup based in London.
– The company raised £4.2m in seed funding.
– The round was led by LocalGlobe, Venrex, and some key angel investors including former CEO of Bupa, Evelyn Bourke, CEO of Nested and the unicorn company GoCardless, Matt Robinson.
– The funds will be used to expand its current product offering of fertility and hormone testing, menopause, miscarriage, postnatal care, polycyctic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis testing.

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Consumer Goods North America Personal Health Women's

Kindra Raises $4.5M in Seed Funding

– Kindra, a Los Angeles, CA-based modern wellness brand for menopause essentials, raised $4.5m in seed funding round.
– The round was led by the Female Founders Fund with participation from Primetime Partners, Anne and Susan Wojcicki, Katie Couric Media, The Community Fund, and H Ventures.
– The company intends to use the new capital to drive continued growth and expansion of the business.

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Fertility North America Personal Health Women's

Future Family Raises $9M in Series A-1 Funding

– Future Family from San Francisco, CA provides a fintech solution for fertility treatment with services like egg freezing, IVF, and concierge care.
– The company raised $9m in Series A-1 financing.
– The round was led by Mindset Ventures.
– The new investment will be used to accelerate the company’s clinic partnership network.

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E-Commerce Fashion Health Care Lifestyle North America Women's

Stix expands from at-home pregnancy and ovulation tests to UTI products with $3.5M seed

– Stix, a women’s health startup, raised $3.5m in seed funding.
– The round was led by Resolute Ventures and SWAT equity partners, with participation from Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator, Bullish and a variety of strategic angels.
– This brings the total amount raised by the company to $5m.

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Family Health Care North America Parenting Women's

Cleo Raises $40M in Series C to Fuel Growth & Launch New Products for Working Families and Their Employers

– Cleo, the leading family benefits platform supporting working families in the planning stage through the teenage years, today announced a $40m Series C investment led by Transformation Capital, with participation from Glynn Capital, PruVen Capital and Gaingels and existing investors Greylock, NEA and Felicis.
– In conjunction with this round, Transformation Capital Managing Partner, Mike Dixon will join Cleo’s Board. This round brings Cleo’s total funding to $83m.
– Since its founding in 2016, Cleo has become the industry’s most complete and high-impact family benefits platform. Its products and services help a diverse set of more than 100 leading employers attract, retain, and drive better health outcomes for working parents in over 55 countries.

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Consumer North America Venture Capital Women's

Halogen Ventures Closes $21 Million For Second Fund

– Halogen Ventures is a venture capital fund led by Jesse Draper.
– The fund has raised $21m for its second fund.
– Draper had launched Halogen Ventures in 2015 after recognizing startups with women founders were a highly undervalued investment opportunity.

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Finance North America Venture Capital Women's

SteelSky Ventures Receives Investment from Motley Fool Ventures

– SteelSky Ventures from NYC receives investment from Motley Fool Ventures.
– The company invests in companies that improve access, care, and outcomes in women’s healthcare.
– Maria Velissaris is the Founding Partner.

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