87%, a London, UK-based workplace wellbeing platform provider, raised £1.6M in seed funding.
The round was led by Aviva Foundation.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to expand its business reach into the corporate sector.
Founded in 2017 by Richard Glynn, former CEO of Ladbrokes and Special Trustee of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, and run by a team of psychologists and technologists, 87% uses clinical data to drive insights that both individuals and businesses can action to improve and strengthen the foundations of their wellbeing. The company uses clinically-validated measurements to give individuals the means to understand, address and strengthen their mental health. Customized tools and content, daily exercises and reflections and nudge theory techniques promote healthy habits that build mental fitness as a part of everyday life.
Through a series of partnerships with healthcare services that include the College of Paramedics, the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, Air Ambulances UK, NHS Practitioner Health and the London Ambulance Service, a total of over 45,000 emergency workers now have access to the platform.