Successful CMOs achieve growth by leveraging technology. Join us for GrowthBeat Summit on June 1-2 in Boston
, where we'll discuss how to merge creativity with technology to drive growth. Space is limited. Request your personal invitation here
Meet You, a Chinese app for females to track their periods, announced yesterday $35 million in funding led by SIG. Matrix Partners China and China Renaissance K2 Ventures also participated.
New funds will be injected in the construction of the team and its female community, the company said.
So far, the startup has raised three rounds in about a year: millions in June 2013, and $15 million in additional funding led by Matrix Partners China and followed by the startup’s founding team.
Meet You started the business as a menstruation period-tracking app and gradually shifted its focus to constructing a female community, where users can discuss and share tips on various topics, like parenting, fashion, fitness, and relationships.
Launched in April 2013, the app now claims more than 50 million registered users, with over 3.5 million active users.
Meet You is expected to commercialize its service by the end of this year with an innovative business model SIG board member Eric Xu said.
Dayima, a direct competitor of Meet You, announced $30 million in funding recently.
Female health tracking apps are more and more common in China. According to statistics from research institution Analysys, monthly active users for similar female health tracking apps exceeded 9 million. But the competition in the arena is becoming fiercer.
In addition to major players like Meet You and Dayima, a lot of new startups also have set their sights on this field, such as fertility app Xiaohuasheng. Glow, an U.S. fertility app, is also preparing to tap the Chinese market.
The post Period Tracker Meet You Announces US$35M Series C Funding appeared first on TechNode.
This story originally appeared on TechNode.
Dayima Little Helper is a mobile application to provide menstrual period nursing help for women. In addition to the basic calendar function, Dayima also offers tailored and targeted tips and help users obtain the conditioning plan thro... read more »
Powered by VBProfiles
VentureBeat’s VB Insight team is studying marketing and personalization...
Chime in here, and we’ll share the results