At the beginning of each month, we look back and share which companies have announced new funding rounds. Below is July 2023’s round-up.
Béa Fertility secures £2.5M to launch its at-home fertility treatment in the UK.
HerMD adds $18M to expand its women’s health clinic network.
Peppermint launches its online clubhouse for active adults 55+ with $8M in seed funding.
Octave Bioscience secures $30M for its precision care solution for multiple sclerosis.
Eureka Health raises $7M in seed funding to connect chronically ill patients.
Emagine secures $1M from the U.S. National Science Foundation to advance its suite of maternal health tools.
Berlin-based Hale raises €350K to transform women’s pelvic pain management.
Family First secures $11M in Series A funding for its caregiver support platform.
Kasha adds $21M in Series A funding to scale its women’s health platform in Africa.
Herself Health raises $26M in Series A funding to reinvent healthcare for women 65+.
Incontinence care company Attn: Grace adds $2M to invest in growth.
Instant formula company Bobbie raises $70M in Series C funding and acquires Nature’s One.
Researchers secure £1.5M for their ‘Fastball’ test to detect Alzheimer’s earlier.
Sonio raises $14M in Series A funding for its AI-based prenatal screening and diagnostics platform.
Belgium-based menstrual health supplement startup Guud adds $1.7M in seed funding to invest in growth.
Kindred raises $1M in seed funding to scale its hybrid women’s healthcare model in the Philippines.
Practice management platform Practice Better acquires nutrition planning SaaS company That Clean Life.
Sustainable period care brand &SISTERS acquires Mooncup in a bid to combat single-use plastic.
Wisdom Ventures closes $10M Fund I to champion human connection and well-being.