Mental health start-up Fettle aims to raise €7m in funding
Fettle’s online service matches clients with therapists and while it now has 30 counsellors on its books it expects to have 50 by the end of this month.
Fettle, a mental health-focused tech start-up based in Wexford, aims to raise up to €7 million in Series A funding at the end of this year.
The business is in the process of closing its seed round at present which the company expects to surpass its initial target of €1.3 million, raising at least €1.5 million.
Fettle is an online service that matches therapists with clients. Users can search for counsellors with specific focuses and...
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