For Immediate Release
Contact: Karen Magarelli
August 24 – The answer to this question plus a look at the state of the industry is answered in Femtech Collective’s 2021 state-of-the-industry report.
According to Frost & Sullivan, a cumulative $2 billion has been invested in the women’s health space, but that represents less than 3% of the total digital health investments for 2013– 2020. (Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis, Rock Health). Approximately 65%, directly goes to companies addressing fertility, pregnancy and motherhood—areas that have somehow managed to collectively represent femtech as an industry.
Funding for women’s health reached a peak in 2018.
The pandemic led to an increase in digital health solutions, however; femtech did not experience the same growth.
Men’s erectile dysfunction led companies to elevated heights, whereas menopause remained