• Fertility tracker Ava just announced a significant round of funding

    22 days ago - By Fast Company

    The medical technology startup announces $30 million in a series B funding round.
    Ava, maker of the $249 cycle-tracking sensor bracelet, is well on its way to dominating the thriving Silicon Valley fertility industry. The company just announced that it raised $30 million in a Series B funding round, bringing it to a total of $43 million in funding.
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  • Ava raises $30 million to expand beyond its fertility tracking bracelet

    Ava raises $30 million to expand beyond its fertility tracking bracelet

    22 days ago - By Venture Beat

    Medtech startup Ava announced today it has raised $30 million to continue development of its fertility tracking bracelet, as well as branch into other areas of reproductive health for women. The company's signature product uses data to let women know when they are in their fertility window. Ava noted that 10,000 users have now reported pregna...
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  • Ava, maker of a fertility-tracking bracelet, raises $30M to double down on women's health

    22 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    As the worlds of health and technology continue to knit closer together through advances in hardware and big data analytics, a startup called Ava , which has built a $199 wearable device and app to help women track their fertility cycles, has raised $30 million to expand into other aspects of female health.
    The funding - led by unnamed existing investors plus new backers btov and SVC - comes at a time of fast growth for the company. Ava says it has now enabled 10,000 pregnancies, or “Ava babies” as they have sometimes been called. As a point of reference, in late 2016 , around when the...
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