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The co-founders of global dating app Tinder have made their first Australian investment, backing early stage men's health start-up Mosh in a $1 million raise.
Enter Mosh. Mosh is an online health hub providing men with a confidential platform to connect with a GP and address their "embarrassing” health concerns.
While there’s no shortage of treatments for male conditions like premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction and hair loss, there are plenty of perceived barriers to accessing them.
Sydney startup Mosh has secured $1 million in funding, including from Tinder founders Sean Rad and Justin Mateen, as it expands the scope of its accessible and taboo-busting health platform for men.
Mosh also allows users to connect with doctors for advice on issues like hair loss and sexual health. Narunsky says it's taken years to build up a network of medical professionals invested in tele-health.
Getting men to seek help for their health can often be difficult, but a Sydney startup is hoping to buck the trend. Backed by the founders of Tinder Mosh is an end-to-end digital healthcare hub for men that is putting the power of telemedicine in the pockets of Aussie men nationwide.
A recent research report commissioned by leading Australian digital health clinic, Mosh, (backed by the founders of Tinder) revealed some fairly interesting insights into the way Aussie men approach this touchy subject.
For over three years Mosh, Australia’s favourite online health clinic has been offering discrete, to-your-door hair-loss solutions that get the job done.