Ema App Raises Nearly $2M in Funding for Its Conversational AI for Women’s Health – Femtech Insider

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Ema, an AI platform dedicated to transforming women’s health and wellness, has successfully concluded its latest bridge round of funding, securing nearly $2 million. The round saw participation from Kubera Ventures and Victorum Capital, as well as previous investors Hearst Labs, Wormhole Capital, Acumen America, and Techstars.

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Founded on the principle that women’s health deserves personalized, empathetic, and evidence-based support, Ema leverages generative AI (GenAI) technology to offer personalized health assistance at scale. This innovative approach has not only resonated within the direct-to-consumer (DTC) space with more than 100,000 users, but has also made substantial inroads into the B2B sector, securing over $100K in contracts within just 30 days after pivoting to this model, according to information provided by the company.

Ema offers an AI assistant that is not only built for women by women but also trained by licensed health professionals. This ensures that every interaction is informed, sensitive, and aligned with the latest in women’s health care. With its ability to handle a comprehensive range of health, mental health, and parenting questions, Ema provides immediate relief to users. The platform also guides users through therapeutic exercises, such as journaling, further supporting their mental health journey.

Beyond its consumer and business applications, Ema wants to make a significant impact in the employee benefits space. In a post-COVID world where the female workforce faces unprecedented challenges, Ema offers a unique solution that supports women through all stages of their health journey, potentially increasing productivity, improving return rates from maternity leave, and reducing absenteeism in the workplace.

“Our vision extends beyond immediate health concerns; we see Ema as a companion that can support women throughout their lives, offering guidance, support, and understanding whenever they need it,” Ema CEO Amanda Ducach explained. “This latest round of funding will help us expand into new areas, including employee benefits, where we believe we can make a substantial difference.”

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