LifeDojo, a San Francisco, CA-based health & well-being startup, received a strategic venture capital investment from Sodexo Ventures.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed. With the investment, Sodexo Ventures, the venture capital arm of Sodexo, the global Quality of Life services company, will take a a minority stake in the company. In addition to the investment, Sodexo’s Benefits and Rewards Services US subsidiary, Inspirus, has formed a strategic partnership with LifeDojo to provide its services to clients.
Founded in 2013 by Chris Cutter, Co-Founder and CEO, LifeDojo provides companies with person-centered corporate behavior change solutions for their employees. The company offers online 12-week corporate wellbeing programs that lead employees through a journey of 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.