Fertility tracking firm gets $600k funding
Chief executive James Foody plans to raise a further $2 million
Ayda, the Cork start-up that is developing wearable fertility tracking technology for women, has closed a $600,000 seed funding round in the US.
The company is working with a product design company in Silicon Valley to bring its technology to market, having established an office in San Francisco.
Co-founder and chief executive James Foody, who describes Ayda’s target customer as “any woman trying to conceive”, plans to raise a further $2 million to begin manufacturing the...
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