Mindgram lands €1.9 million pre-seed funding to improve employee wellbeing

Mindgram, a European science-based platform and mobile app for complete mental wellness, has raised €1.9 million in a pre-seed round led by Market One Capital, with funding also coming from Canadian investor Pamoja Capital. This is one of the largest pre-seed investments for a Polish-founded company.

Based in Poland, Mindgram was founded by a renowned Polish psychologist and mental health expert Małgorzata Ohme, and her business partners – Jakub Zieliński and Adam Plona. In short, Mindgram aims to solve the productivity crisis and employee wellness issues that companies around the world face due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The startup provides its clients with a set of tools and experts they need to reduce employee burnout, stress and anxiety. Instead of spending money on traditional and less adequate perks, companies can empower employees with benefits based on mental health and wellbeing. With the support of top Polish professionals – therapists and coaches – Mindgram aims to be the number one, science-based health provider for complete mental health care in Europe. Proceeds from the pre-seed round will be used to support fast-paced expansion plans across the region, including scaling up in it home market.

Mindgram occupies a unique position in the European mental wellness space, where it combines the scalability and revenue potential of a mobile-first SaaS solution with the complete, unlimited and easy access to 24/7 professional health care. This is particularly important in the context of mental health stigma and limited access to professional medical care. According to Eurostat data, there are only 9 to 10 psychologists per 100,000 inhabitants in countries like Poland and Spain – Mingram’s priority markets.

Mindgram not only helps employers meet the mental health needs of employees, but also increases competitiveness and reduces companies’ costs. The startup states that according to WHO, every $1 invested in the mental health of employees generates a return of $4 for the company.

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