Tag: femtech

  • Philips: the intersection of health, science, technology and beauty

    I attended the Women of Wearables conference where Raymon uit de Bulten delivered a keynote presentation on Philips and their work at the cross section of healthcare, science, technology and beauty. As an organisation, their guiding aim is to improve 2.5 billion lives per year by 2030 with their products, including 400 million in underserved […]

  • Healthtech: Another Way to Improve Mental Health

    I recently attended the HealthTech 2.0 conference hosted by Women of Wearables Global. A panel discussion I found especially interesting was ‘Tech-Powered Solutions Paving The Way To Better Mental Health’.  The global pandemic has taken a toll on mental health worldwide as it upends everyday life for so many people. Investment into mental healthtech has boomed, reaching £580 […]

  • Women of Wearables: The Female Entrepreneurs driving Innovation in FemTech

    At the Women of Wearables recent conference, I attended a panel discussion on the Rise of Innovation in FemTech. It was fascinating to hear from the entrepreneurs on the panel, from Essity, Natalist, Elidah and Elvie. The work of the panellists empowers women to take control of healthcare issues including: fertility, menopause and pregnancy. The […]

  • Healthtech 2.0 – The Future of Femtech

    I attended the Health Tech 2.0 conference hosted by Women of Wearables Global. At this event I listened to a very interesting panel discussion on “The role of technology in creating better sexual health”. Moderated by Dominnique Karetsos, co-founder and CEO of The Healthy Pleasure Group, the panel discussed a wide variety of thought-provoking questions […]

  • Nicole Junkermann and Tania Boler on Elvie

    Nicole Junkermann is a proud investor in Elvie, a health and lifestyle brand founded by Tania Boler to develop smart technology for women.

  • The rise of female entrepreneurship through Femtech

    We have to work to improve the fact that only 1% of venture capital funding to new businesses is to female-led UK start-ups.

  • Elvie: Standout Growth in the FemTech Sector

    I am a proud investor in the FemTech sector, a new and growing industry targeted at improving women’s lives. One of my investments is Elvie, a London-based company founded by Tania Boler, and is testament to the industry’s growing potential. Frustrated to find that women’s health has been given insufficient attention in both the technological […]