A number of promising women’s health tech companies have popped up in the last few years, from fertility apps to ovulation bracelets — even Apple has jumped into the subject with the addit
Daye, a “femcare” startup developing a new type of tampon that uses CBD to help tackle dysmenorrhea, has quietly raised $5.5 million in funding from high-profile investors in the U.S. and
Cora, which sells organic tampons and pads, has raised $7.5 million. It's the latest in a long series of deals in the femtech space.
Elvie has created a silent wearable breast pump and a smart pelvic floor exerciser.
There’s no shortage of so-called femtech startups raising money right now, and little wonder why. Aside from the growing market opportunity — the global fertility services market is expect
We explored venture capitalists' latest bets on fertility and contraception tech, including Modern Fertility, Extend Fertility, Natural Cycles, Nurx, Clue and more.
Hims has a new women's brand offering birth control, the 'female viagra,' shampoo, skin care and more.
Femtech startup Clue is looking at expanding the feature-set of its period tracking app to attract women outside its current younger demographic.
Elvie, the maker of a connected pelvic floor trainer that helps women with bladder control and yes, even better sex, has proven there’s a market for so-called “femtech” devices. Afte
Femtech, or tech concentrating on women's health, has picked up steam in the last couple of years as more female founders and engineers get involved in tech. As such, we opted to pull in some of the t
Entrepreneurs building tech products for women spoke at TechCrunch Disrupt SF today, and called on their peers in the industry to set a high ethical bar when it comes to using or sharing women’s int