Daye Launches Workplace App for Women’s Health


Daye is tackling taboos in the workplace.

What’s happening: The British gynae health company launched Daye for Work, a B2B extension of its services that include a virtual period pain clinic, at-home tampon screening for fertility and infections, cycle tracking and an AI advisor to answer common problems.

Gaining traction, the app already counts Deliveroo, Boots, Walmart and Amazon as partners.

Tackling taboos. Answering unmet needs for the three in five women reporting health issues at work, founder and CEO Valentina Milanova aims to conquer corporate health inequity.

“Daye for Work will play a vital role in plugging the gaps in female healthcare, offering services that take years to access on the NHS and aren’t available from private healthcare providers.” 

Resetting standards. Daye has scaled steadily since inception in 2017.

  • It raised $5.5M in 2019 and released a CBD-infused, pain-relieving tampon for dysmenorrhea.
  • Daye secured €11.5M in 2022 and debuted an online period pain clinic and at-home diagnostic tampon screening in 2023.
  • It added €2.5M from the European Innovation Council supporting the imminent launch of an HPV home testing kit.

Stacking funding and 100K+ members, its foray into the workplace could benefit everyone involved, supporting the 23% of women forced to take off work for menstrual symptoms while recouping nine days of lost productivity.

Takeaway: Taking agency, employees want work-life well-being. With improved productivity potentially adding $1T a year to the global economy by 2040, championing women’s health is a must.

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