DearEmployee, a Berlin, Germany-based platform for mental health at the workplace, raised a seven-figure funding round.
Backers included High-Tech Gründerfonds and IMPACT51.
The company will use the capital to further expand the scientific platform, establish a marketplace for health and human resources measures, as well as to expand into further European markets and the USA.
Founded in 2017 by Dr. Amelie Wiedemann, Daniel Fodor and Henning Jakob and initially started as a spin-off of Freie Universität Berlin, DearEmployee provides a platform that allows companies to identify work-related stress at an early stage and derive effective prevention measures against burnout.
The company uses an innovative scientific method, intelligent algorithms and digital processes to derive and track measures for specific target groups and to check their effectiveness on the basis of historical data.
Today, DearEmployee has more than 90 corporate customers from various sectors, in particular public authorities, trade, banks and manufacturing companies.