Keleya and Kinderheldin, two leading femtech platforms supporting pregnant women and mothers in Germany, have announced their merger under the unified name keleya. Both founded in 2017, keleya has been a trusted knowledge platform curated by women’s health experts, offering a wealth of resources from videos to live sessions, while Kinderheldin has provided comprehensive online courses and personalized digital midwife consultations.

With this collaboration, keleya expands its offerings to include direct access to digital midwives seven days a week, further enhancing its mission to provide essential support and guidance to women throughout their pregnancy and early motherhood journey. The merger not only ensures convenience but also accessibility. With partnerships with over 65 health insurance companies covering a whopping 65% of all insured persons in Germany, keleya and Kinderheldin are making sure that essential services like antenatal classes are accessible to all, free of charge.

Julia Neumann, who will now lead the company together with Kinderheldin CEO Philipp Dräger, told “At keleya, we believe in empowerment through knowledge and the provision of knowledge through technology. Keleya empowers and supports women during their pregnancy and early motherhood. Based on expert knowledge, we enable a more positive pregnancy experience and empower women to make choices during this exciting time. Joining forces with Kinderheldin will help us to further strengthen our digital offering, breaking down barriers and making it accessible anytime, anywhere. keleya and Kinderheldin were founded with the mission to provide guidance and reassurance. In a world where pregnant women and mothers are often confronted with a flood of information and opinions, we offer reliable answers and empower women to go through their pregnancy in a self-determined way and start their motherhood with confidence.”

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