MobiHealth News January 24, 2022
Anna Engberg

Women’s health will be the focus of the new investment. 

Wellster Healthtech Group announced that a total of $60 million (€53m) has been raised in a series B financing round.

The German startup seeks to build a digital telemedical platform for women’s health and achieve European market leadership in the isector.


The announcement of another $20 million (€17.7m) funding comes six months after the first funding announcement worth $40 million (€35.4m). The latest round is supported by Claret Capital and Mangrove Capital Partners.

This investment will make Wellster the best-funded integrated healthcare platform in Europe. The founders’ vision is an easy-to-access medical care provision – now even specifically tailored for women.

Since Wellster health platforms were launched in May 2019, they have registered more than...

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