LifeDojo, Inc., a San Francisco, CA-based provider of person-centered corporate health behavior change programs, closed a $5.1m Series A financing.
Backers included Sodexo Ventures (as anticipated here), the strategic venture capital fund of Sodexo, with participation from Launchpad Digital Health, GP Ventures, JD Investments and the Telluride Venture Fund.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its software platform, mobile app and coaching capabilities.
Founded in 2013 by Chris Cutter, CEO, LifeDojo offers online 12-week corporate wellbeing programs that lead employees through motivation, daily action and support, resulting in permanent health behavior change. Clients include Fortune 500 companies and high-tech high-growth companies in over 16 countries. The company also announced a partnership with Sodexo’s Benefits and Rewards Services activity and its subsidiary Inspirus, a provider of employee engagement and recognition services.