Worklete, a San Francisco, CA-based digital health platform designed to prevent musculoskeletal injuries (MSIs) among labor intensive workforces, raised $6.5M in Series A funding.
The round was led by Trinity Ventures with participation from Launch Capital, River Park Ventures, Aspect Ventures and Kapor Capital, Dave Yarnold and Gokul Rajaram. In conjunction with the funding, Karan Mehandru from Trinity Ventures will join Worklete’s board of directors.
The company will use the funds to continue to expand operations and grow the business.
Led by founder and CEO Benjamin Kanner, COO and co-founder John Post, and medical advisor Kelly Starrett, Worklete provides a digital health platform that reduces musculoskeletal workplace injuries by teaching employees how to use their bodies correctly and commit those movements to habit so that, even under physical stress, they default to strong, stable physical positions. The platform integrates into the complex workflows of their enterprise clients.
Clients include multiple large, multinational enterprises, including Nestle Waters and Penske Logistics.