Berlin-based Keleya sees itself as a provider of information and services for expectant mothers and as an interface between midwives and pregnant women. The platform offers numerous workouts and nutrition plans tailored to the individual pregnant woman, a digital birth preparation course and many expert videos.
Founded in 2017, Keleya today announced the closing of a seven-figure Series A funding round. The investors include BrückenKöpfe Management GmbH, MediVentures GmbH, W&W brandpool GmbH and several investors from the international healthcare scene.
With the fresh capital, Keleya intends to expand its services and intensify its existing cooperation with midwives. The platform contents and functions are to be extended in the sense of a digital support of the co-operation of pregnant women and midwives. In this way, Keleya wants to make its contribution to improving the information and care of expectant mothers in close cooperation with midwives.
“We are very proud of the trust, which our new partners put in us, and we are pleased about the possibilities given by it to work further on our vision,” said founder and managing director Victoria Engelhardt. “We want to use every digital solution out there to improve the lives of pregnant women.”
“The new investment allows us to position us more strongly in the German health market,” said Keleya co-founder and head of content, Sarah Müggenburg. “The expertise we have gained will also help us to conclude further important cooperations and win additional health insurance companies as partners.”