Five years ago, the global funding of the femtech sector had just reached $ 100 million overall. sinow; T.the femtech industry is set to see a huge increase more than $ 400 million – the largest amount of funding the industry has ever received.
This rise is delayed. Historically, femtech has not received a lot of venture capital funds, as a surprising (but not surprising) 92% of the associates in the largest VC companies in America are men.
The female health sector was examined a niche market, which is quite amazing as women account for 49.5% of the world's population and 83% of household health care costs are made by women.
The umbrella term "femtech" was not even created until the end of 2016, when Inda Tin, the founder of tracking tracking period, came the word.
It describes a number of technologies and products designed for women's health – including care during pregnancy, pregnancy and childbirth, fertility and sexual health.
The fact that Femtech did not exist as a term until recently should not come as a shock, because history shows that women's health has taken a back seat for men.
It was not until now In 1993 the FDA began allowing women to participate in drug testing studies.
But even now, most medical institutions use it mainly male participants to avoid complications such as women's menstrual cycles.
Due to the lack of funding and research on women's organs, little funding goes to the discovery and marketing of treatments specifically for women.
Until 2025, it is estimated that femtech will be reach a market size of up to $ 50 billion. This figure, coupled with the wide variety of female businesses entering the stage, make investors convincing should make investors take Femtech seriously.
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