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ieso listed in Business Insider’s list of top 19 mental health start-ups in Europe

20 Dec 2020
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ieso, a leader in internet-enabled cognitive behavioural therapy, is pleased to announce we have been named as one of the top 19 mental health start-ups in Europe.

 

Business Insider asked investors and venture capitalists across the continent to name the mental health start-ups to watch out for. We are delighted to be recommended by Dr. Vishal Gulati, HealthTech VC at Draper Esprit and Investor Director at ieso, for delivering clinically validated CBT to patients remotely.

 

ieso’s therapy platform not only achieves patient convenience and privacy, but also uses neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and artificial intelligence (AI) to improve the quality of therapy provisions.

 

According to market analytics firm CBInsights “mental health start-ups saw a record amount of investment in the first quarter of 2020, raising $576 million in capital – surpassing the industry’s previous record by more than 60%.”

 

Read the full article here: These are the top 19 mental health start-ups in Europe.

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