«Women’s health tech companies struggled for years to convince investors just how massive the market potential could be. In 2020, they finally broke through: Funding for female-focused digital health startups–think AI-enabled fertility tracking and «smart» breastfeeding monitors–set a new record, rising 105 percent from 2019 to $418 million, according to early-stage venture fund Rock Health.»
«Here are seven women’s health tech startups that raised significant funding, and their profiles, in the last year.»
Article written by Amrita Khalid. Photo by Getty Images.