Nicole Junkermann, NJF Capital founder, presents the next video in the series ‘an A-Z of Femtech’ – a selection of short videos focused on key areas of interest in this hugely topical and consequential field.
Women are 75% more likely to use digital tools for healthcare than men.
The Femtech boom has seen the launch of a huge range of devices, from pelvic floor trainers to fertility trackers and portable breast scanners.
Many of these products work in tandem with a mobile app, so that data can be tracked and provide personalised solutions.
They’re often designed to destigmatize the natural processes of the female body and help women manage their lives better.
It’s now possible to support menopause, breastfeeding and sexual health with connected devices.
The Femtech market is predicted to be worth $50 billion by 2025. In the future we can expect women to benefit even more from innovative devices.