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Women’s health startup Genneve lands $4M to grow telemedicine service for menopause

Last updated on October 10, 2020
Women’s health startup Genneve lands $4M to grow telemedicine service for menopause

Geekwire breaks the news about Gennev's original seed funding round of investment.

"Genneve, a Seattle startup that runs a telemedicine service for women experiencing menopause, landed a $4 million seed round led by BlueRun Ventures. The fresh cash will be used to grow the company’s user base and geographic footprint.

Maven Ventures and Startup Health also invested in the round, which brought the startup’s total funding to date to $5.3 million.

CEO Jill Angelo characterizes Genneve’s target market as “women kicking off the second half of life, starting with menopause.” Telemedicine was a bit of a pivot for the three-year-old startup, which first launched by selling personal lubricants and information for menopausal women."

Read the full article HERE.