Science and technology have helped women and couples take control of their reproductive health and make important life decisions. We used CB Insights data to identify 13 funded private companies in the increasingly important category. The startups range from biotechnology companies, to startups marketing fertility tracking instruments, and big data applications analyzing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) probabilities. Big-name investors like Andreessen Hororowitz and Founders Fund have financed companies in this space. They both participated in a $17M Series B financing in Max Levchin’s big data startup Glow.
The table below lists the startups, what they do, and select investors.
|Progyny||Online marketplace for fertility solutions||Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, MS Ventures, TPG Biotech|
|Kindara||Connected “fertility thermometer”||Drummond Road Capital, SOSventures|
|Rinovum Women’s Health||At-Home Conception aids||Innovation Works, BlueTree Allied Angels|
|Nora Therapeutics||Biotech therapeutics in reproductive medicine||Rho Ventures, Vivo Capital, Prospect Venture Partners|
|Obseva||Biopharmaceuticals focused on pre-term labor||MS Ventures, Sofinnova Ventures|
|Glow||Big data fertility tracking||Formation 8, Founders Fund, Slow Ventures|
||In-vitro fertilization probability testing||Undisclosed investors|
|Channel Medsystems||Cryothermic technology designed for women’s health||Aperture Venture Partners, InCube Ventures, STCM Ventures|
||Subscription tampon delivery||BoxGroup, VaynerRSE|
|1eq (dba. Babyscripts)||Monitoring for expecting mothers||Kensington Partners|
|Clue||User-input based fertility tracker||Hoxton Ventures, Luminary Labs|
|Fertility Focus||Instruments and tools for diagnosis and treatment of infertility||Midven, Norgenix|
|Maven Clinic||Digital clinic for women||BoxGroup, Great Oaks Venture Capital|
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