Archetype Exits Digital Women’s Health Platform Gennev
Archetype announces investment exit with Gennev following an acquisition by Unified Women’s Healthcare.
Archetype, a consulting and investment firm focused on the workplace health and people development sectors, announced it has exited its investment in Gennev following the completion of an acquisition by Unified Women’s Healthcare.
Here are the key takeaways:
- Gennev offers a digital health platform that provides patients with treatment for menopause relief through its network of Board-Certified Ob/Gyns and Health Coaches.
- The company was acquired by Unified Women’s Healthcare, which serves the largest network of private practice women’s healthcare providers in the U.S.
- Gennev started leveraging Archetype’s private equity investment fund and shared services platform in 2019. Over the course of the Archetype Fund’s holding period, Gennev grew its revenue by 120%.
Chetan Bagga, Archetype CEO and Chief Investment Officer, commented, “Jill Angelo and the team have done a tremendous job of building a platform that meets the dynamic healthcare needs of women across every stage of menopause. We feel privileged to have played a role on Gennev’s growth journey and we wish them the best in their partnership with Unified Women’s Healthcare.”
“When we launched in 2016, our goal was to leverage technology and clinical expertise to fill a significant unmet need and dramatically improve women’s lives,” said Jill Angelo, Gennev Founder and CEO. “The team at Archetype played a critical role in our early growth journey by providing access to capital as well as their extraordinary technology and product teams.”