Triple Point Ventures supports workplace wellbeing platform


MyMynd, the workplace mental health platform, has secured £650,000 in pre-seed funding from Triple Point Ventures and several angel investors including Andrew Nadin, Southeastern Grocer’s Chief Customer and Digital Officer; Serial entrepreneur Maurice Abboudi and Will Jones, founders of online bookstore Wordery. The company, which offers employees digital access to psychological health assessments, is based on…

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Maria has more than two decades of experience as a business and financial journalist. She has specialized in writing about the private and voluntary healthcare sector in the UK for the last 15 years. Maria reported on the historic ‘Condordat’ signed by the NHS and independent healthcare providers, which paved the way for the Labor government’s radical market-based reform of the NHS at the turn of the millennium. Since then she has followed the key trends in independent healthcare, from the emergence of patient choice and the burgeoning NHS market to multi-million pound IPOs and groundbreaking deals.


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