Juniper, first-ever reproductive insurance startup, raises £1.5m in funding.

February 23, 2024
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  • Juniper, a reproductive insurance startup, raises £1.5m in pre-seed funding
  • Juniper aims to provide comprehensive coverage for reproductive organs

Juniper, a newly founded insurance provider, raised £1.5m in a pre-seed funding round to address the lack of comprehensive genital insurance in the healthcare market. Research has shown a significant portion of the population experiencing reproductive health issues, but proper insurance coverage is lacking. Co-founder and CEO, Ambra Zhang, highlighted the gap in coverage she personally experienced with a chronic reproductive condition, motivating the creation of Juniper. The platform offers various services including testing, medical education, community support, care navigation, and medical reimbursement. The funding round was led by Insurtech Gateway and included participation from other venture capital firms and angel investors.


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