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Founders Weekly: Largest-ever funding round for an all-Australian female founders.

Georgia Vidler and Kate Lambridis, have garnered $10.15 million in seed funding

An Australian health tech start-up – Human –  run by two former Canva employees, Georgia Vidler and Kate Lambridis, have garnered $10.15 million in seed funding.

This represents the largest-ever founding round for an all-Australian female founding team and that’s no small feat as, history shows, it’s harder for female-driven businesses to get capital.

Vidler and Lambridis plan to deliver personalised health care services, including an app, that help patients navigate chronic health conditions.

Their pitch has  attracted investment from Airtree Ventures’ Elicia McDonald, with additional investment from Kim Jackson and Scott Farquhar’s Skip Capital.

Congratulations from myself, and all of us at The Remarkable Woman!

Shivani x

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