Zenovate (formerly Incorporate Massage), a Salt Lake City, UT-based employee mental health and wellbeing platform provider, raised $1m in seed funding. Backers included Eric Farr and John Wade of BrainStorm and HubSpot executive Dan Tyre.
Amelia Wilcox, CEO and founder of Zenovate, stated: “The need has never been greater, and we are passionate about improving access to mental health care. People need help now, not in 8-12 weeks as is the case with most providers. This funding will enable us to break down even more barriers to care, and ultimately help more people.”
Zenovate provides a platform to understand and manage employee mental health. The app provides on-demand teletherapy and proactive care for employees, and real-time employee wellbeing data to companies.
The company intends to use the funds to invest into more mental fitness tools for clients including gamification and engagement tools, text-based therapy, and device integrations.
Announcement: Zenovate Raises $1M for Employee Mental Health