Startups tackling pregnancy-related health issues face a challenge in securing funding, with only ca.130€m of venture capital invested in Europe in 2022, a drop from ca.200€m the previous year.
Women entrepreneurs in the sector face particular difficulties, with only 13% of European capital going to startups with at least one female co-founder. However, 10 startups are innovating in the field of pregnancy, including Peanut, a social network for women, Berlin-based Keleya which connects women with midwives, Naytal, an online clinic for women, and Preglife, a pregnancy tracker based in Sweden. Despite the funding challenges, ambitious founders are pushing ahead with their innovative ideas to better serve women in this demographic. Article tackles ten of the most promising startups from this vertical.
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