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Nubundle redefines employers' relationships with the family through benefits by providing access to family planning and fertility services. Nubundle offers a concierge network of family planning and fertility professionals, fertility services, and just in time insurance - all as a pass-through employee benefit.
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Expert Collections containing Nubundle
Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.
Nubundle is included in 5 Expert Collections, including Women's Health & Wellness.
Women's Health & Wellness
Startups focused on providing products and services catering to women's health and wellbeing.
Companies and startups that use of technology to improve core and ancillary insurance operations. Companies in this collection are creating new product architectures, improving underwriting models, accelerating claims and creating a better customer experience
Health Plans & Benefits Management
Companies developing or offering digital platforms and services, including online insurance marketplaces, data analytics for claims adjustment, benefits administration, and payments systems, that help make private health insurance more affordable, navigable, or transparent.
Technologies, platforms, and systems that engage consumers for lifestyle, wellness, or health-related purposes; capture, store, or transmit health data; and/or support life science and clinical operations. (DiME, DTA, HealthXL, & NODE.Health)
Latest Nubundle News
Feb 27, 2020
Chicago-based law firm Neal Gerber Eisenberg has expanded its wellness focused benefits by offering its almost 300 employees help with family planning and caregiver support. The firm’s attorneys and staff now have access to Nubundle, which provides access to a family planning concierge, preferred access and pricing at top clinics, lower-priced medications, and additional payment options. For those taking care of an aging parent or other elderly loved one, the firm partnered with Homethrive, which helps manage those care needs through coaching and connection with a social worker. “We started thinking about things from a more holistic perspective,” says Sonia Menon, chief people officer at Neal Gerber Eisenberg. “It’s not just about giving [employees] good medical insurance. It’s about looking at all of the different factors that might impact their lives.” These additional benefits are part of the firm’s Being Well initiative, which was launched last year and includes a host of other wellness offerings. Lawyers and staff at Neal Gerber Eisenberg are given resources, activities and training workshops on topics ranging from substance abuse, heart health and stress management, to digital wellness, meditation and sleep programs. Almost all employers (87%) cover some kind of infertility treatment through their health plans, according to data from the Business Group on Health. But employees can find themselves at a loss on where to go for guidance, making a related employer provided benefit a valuable tool. Elder care benefits have also started to make their way into the mainstream, but just 10% of organizations offer referral services, the most common elder care benefit, according to data from the Society for Human Resource Management. “Talking to [employees], we would hear about things that were really creating stressors and we tried to think about, as a firm, if we could help in any way,” Menon says. Employees at the firm were concerned about family planning, especially as more young adults are waiting longer before having children. Female associates were becoming curious about fertility treatments and egg freezing, while male associates wanted to provide their partners with the same resources. At the same time, the firm noticed that some employees were overwhelmed by an aging loved one’s needs, especially when caregiving while working a full-time job. Several of the firm’s staff have expressed to Menon how these services opened them up to a world of support resources they didn’t know existed. “It stems from the basic idea that we care about our employees. We care about what is keeping them up at night and causing them stress,” Menon says of these programs. “We expect a lot of our people. We expect them to work hard and we have an obligation to take care of them.”
Nubundle Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Nubundle's headquarters?
Nubundle's headquarters is located at 600 W Chicago Ave., Chicago.
What is Nubundle's latest funding round?
Nubundle's latest funding round is Seed VC.
How much did Nubundle raise?
Nubundle raised a total of $1.5M.
Who are the investors of Nubundle?
Investors of Nubundle include Lightbank, Village Global and NFP Ventures.
Who are Nubundle's competitors?
Competitors of Nubundle include Natural Cycles and 8 more.
Compare Nubundle to Competitors
Clue is a period and cycle tracking app that calculates and predicts users' periods and PMS based on users' data and calculates fertility windows based on global averages, which can be made more accurate by users' entering ovulation test data. The company serves consumers. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in Berlin, Germany.
Natural Cycles provides a tested fertility app that uses women's unique temperature readings to inform when the user has ovulated and when is likely to ovulate in the next cycle. Its application uses an algorithm-based system that detects and predicts ovulation, fertility, sperm survival, temperature fluctuations, past cycles, and cycle irregularities into account. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Stockholm, Sweden.
Flo Health develops an AI-powered health platform that includes cycle predictions, personalized daily health insights and a closed, secure community of professionals and peers.
Bellabeat creates products that help women to easily track their overall health and get connected to their body and mind throughout different stages in life.
Upward Labs Holdings, dba Glow, is a company using big data analytics to help women pinpoint the most fertile days in their cycle. The company is also associated with Glow First, a non-profit fund couples can choose to join that's designed to provide a kind of insurance plan for getting pregnant.
Groove’s first product is an app that allows its users to track scientifically accepted signs of fertility, facilitating the ability to achieve or maintain optimal reproductive health, naturally and effectively avoid pregnancy, or hasten the process of conception.
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