Zeel launched in early 2012 to bring the Zocdoc model to alternative healthcare providers. In other words, just as Zocdoc makes it easy to search for doctors based on specialty, proximity and insurance coverage and book appointments directly, Zeel aimed to do the same for the other half of the market: From massage therapists and personal trainers to nutritionists and acupuncturists. → Read More
In January, Zeel launched into the wild, bringing Zocdoc’s model to alternative healthcare providers — like massage therapists, personal trainers, nutritionists, and acupuncturists — allowing consumers to easily search for and book appointments with these providers.
To accompany its launch, Zeel raised $1.5 million in funding from Matt Ocko of Archimedes Capital, Esther Dyson, Ken Cron, and a… → Read More
Zeel, a startup that offers consumers a way to find and book massage therapists, personal trainers, nutritionists, acupuncturists and other wellness practitioners, has raised $1.5 million in funding from Matt Ocko of Archimedes Capital, Esther Dyson, Ken Cron, Ravi Mhatre, Mark Oldman, Ken Fox, Patrick Spain, KIT Digital CEO Kaleil Isaza-Tuzman, Judson Traphagen and Tim Kendall.