Top 10 femtech companies

Femtech is classed as any technology that specifically focuses on women’s health and wellbeing. Check out our top 10 femtech companies to learn more about these amazing startups.

By 2027, the global femtech market is expected to be valued at over 60 BILLION DOLLARS!  

While sadly there are still gender biases surrounding this sector, femtech has seen a rise in popularity with VCs over the past few years. We’re seeing more funds and programmes being created specifically for femtech startups and female entrepreneurs.  

But what is femtech?

Femtech is classed as any technology that specifically focuses on women’s health and wellbeing. This covers a broad range of products and services, including:  

  • Menstrual products  
  • Period pain relief  
  • Birth control  
  • Sexual wellness  

Check out our top 10 femtech companies


Elvie is a health and lifestyle brand developing smarter technology for women. They are committed to building extraordinary products that improve the health and lives of women everywhere and at all stages of life.

Their products include an award-winning app-connected Kegel trainer, plus the world’s first silent wearable breast pump.

Location: London, UK

Founder: Tania Boler

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Flo Health

Flo is building a better future for female health by helping women and people who menstruate harness the power of their body signals. Their AI-powered tech, personalized insights and tailored support helps people feel more in control every day.

Their 100+ health and well-being experts help you know yourself from the inside out – giving you the tools you need to be the best advocate for your health.

Location: London, UK  

Founders: Dmitry Gurski & Yuri Gurski

Learn more about Flo Health


Apryl is a fertility benefits platform that helps employers attract and retain top talent while tackling diversity and inclusion.

With Apryl, companies can support their employees with fertility and family planning benefits - including consultation, access to clinics, and treatments (i.e. egg freezing or IVF) or adoption - subsidized by the company, but safe and confidential.

Location: Berlin, Germany  

Founders: Jenny Saft & Tobias Kaufhold

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Daye’s mission is to raise the standards in gynae health by creating innovative products and services that fit conveniently into our lives. Their products include CBD tampons with water-soluble wrappers, compostable pads, proviotics, and more.  

They also believe medical research should be accessible for all. That’s why they make their own research and related scientific studies accessible and digestible to the non-medical community through their blog, Vitals.

Location: London, UK

Founder: Valentina Milanova

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Hertility is a women’s health company built by women, for women. They’re shaping the future of reproductive healthcare by pioneering unique diagnostic testing that provides data-driven and advanced insights into reproductive health, fertility decline and the onset of menopause.

They provide expert advice, education and access to care - all from the comfort of your home. Ultimately, their aim is to change attitudes around reproductive health, both for individuals and in the workplace, and to encourage women to be proactive by tracking their reproductive health.

Location: London, UK  

Founder: Deirdre O'Neill, Dr Helen O'Neill & Dr Natalie Getreu

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Maven clinic

Maven is the largest virtual clinic for women's and family health, offering continuous, holistic care for fertility and family building through maternity, parenting, pediatrics and menopause.

Maven's award-winning digital programs are trusted by leading employers and health plans to reduce costs and drive better maternal health outcomes, as well as enhance DE&I in benefits programs.  

Location: New York, USA  

Founder: Kate Ryder

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Inne is on a mission to help women track their fertility in a more accurate, convenient way. Inne uses biochemistry to allow you to track your hormones and an app to help you understand what they mean and how they affect your everyday fertility.

Their flexible, 30-second at-home saliva test predicts and confirms your ovulation using your actual hormone levels.

Location: Berlin, Germany  

Founder: Eirini Rapti

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Clue’s mission is for women and people with cycles to make good choices for themselves, and live full lives not in spite of their biology, but in tune with it.

The app calculates and predicts users’ periods and PMS based on users’ data and calculates fertility windows based on global averages, which can be made more accurate by users’ entering ovulation test data.

Location: Berlin, Germany  

Founders: Ida Tin, Hans Raffauf, Moritz von Buttlar and Mike LaVigne

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Frendo provides peer-to-peer connection, screening and a support network for a community of endometriosis sufferers, in the palm of users’ hands via an app.

The app offers endometriosis patients - and those with suspected symptoms - access to credible resources, helping users to manage their symptoms, find alternative treatment options and seek advice on how to talk to loved ones about endo, as well as improve their general wellbeing while living with a chronic illness.

Location: London, UK  

Founder: Dearbhail Ormond

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Calla Lily Clinical Care

Calla Lily Clinical Care is a medical device startup developing a leak-free, convenient and dosage-confident delivery platform for vaginally-delivered drugs.

Their initial focus is on delivering progesterone for miscarriage prevention and IVF, where there is an unmet need for a patient-friendlier means of drug administration during an already stressful fertility journey.

Location: London, UK  

Founders: Thang Vo-Ta & Lara Zibners Lohr

Learn more about Calla Lily Clinical Care

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