Unmind app offers various service to improve mental health.
Unmind, a workplace mental health app has successfully bagged £3 million in a new round of funding. The investment round was led by Felix Capital, a London-based venture capital company and other partners as Michael Whitfield and Chris Bruce.
The U.K.-based startup is a B2B service provider that aims to assist people in the fields of stress, focus, and sleep. The company deploys “clinically backed” tools, training and assessments methods to add on to its efforts to improve workplace mental health.
To boost the mental health and overall environment, Unmind mobile app offers bite-sized exercises which are further used to measure the daily wellbeing, personalized assessments and customized programmes.
Dr. Nick Taylor, CEO, and co-founder is himself a Clinical Psychologist, said,
“There is not enough support in society for people’s mental health, and this is especially true in the workplace. Everyone has mental health — and supporting it is integral to a successful workforce — but most provisions are highly reactive and heavily stigmatized, leading to low uptake amongst employees.”
The Unmind app is designed in such a way that helps the user with a “positive, preventative solution” that let the user measure, manage and improve the mental health in a better way.
Antoine Nussenbaum, a partner at Felix Capital, added,
“The aspiration for a better life provides lots of opportunities for new digital branded proposition capturing fast changing behaviors. With Unmind, we’re partnering with a founding team on an authentic mission to solve mental wellness at the workplace, something that has never really been addressed properly.”
The new funding of Unwind app will help the company to refine the library of proprietary content. In the longer run, Unwind team wants to create such an environment where mental health is “universally understood, nurtured and celebrated.”
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