Every Thursday we send out a curated newsletter on all things femtech and women’s health innovation. This is an excerpt from the latest edition. If you’d like to subscribe, you can do so at the bottom of this page.

 “Maven has set the standard and paved the way for innovation for women’s and family healthcare globally and was an inspiration for me when I started Naytal. I am thrilled to be joining Kate and the team on their mission to provide better access to quality healthcare for women and families in the UK and throughout Europe.” Leila Thabet, Founder and CEO of Naytal


Maven Clinic acquires Naytal, a UK-based virtual clinic focused on maternal health to accelerator international growth.

Emulait raises $11M in Series A funding for its biometric baby feeding system.

Swehl launches its breastfeeding platform and brand with $1.1M in pre-seed funding.

Human performance startup Fount raises $12M in Series A funding wtih plans for expand into women’s health.

PE firm Ethical Capital Partners acquires MindGeek, the company behind P*rnHub.

BD receives FDA clearance for its high-throughput diagnostic test for infectious vaginitis.

SeekHer Foundation releases its second annual report to bridge the gap in women’s mental health.

In the Know

6 Issues Impacting the FemTech Industry Today (Femtech Insider)

Spotlight: Innovation in Menopause (Femtech Insider)

These Three Women-led Startups Are Reinventing the P*rn Industry (Femtech Insider)

The global economic impact of ignoring this aspect of women’s health is $150 billion. We can do better. (FastCompany)

‘We will never bank the same way again’: how SVB’s collapse shocked the city’s digital health industry (Crain’s Health Pulse New York)

Women’s Health Is Underfunded. The Consequences Are Dire. (New York Times)

Q&A with Ida Tin: How economic uncertainty could affect femtech (MobiHealthNews)

FemTech: a healthcare revolution for women or a source of exploitation? (Context)

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