Maven Clinic Will Expand U.K. Presence With Naytal Acquisition

More than 70 of Maven’s partner employers have employees in the U.K.
Written by Jeff Rumage
March 23, 2023Updated: March 24, 2023
A woman holds her smartphone with her child on her lap. A nearby screenshot shows a list of virtual care providers available on the Maven platform.
Photo: Maven Clinic

Maven Clinic is expanding its presence in the U.K. with the acquisition of London-based digital health startup Naytal.

Maven, which is headquartered in New York, partners with employers to provide on-demand virtual healthcare for their employees. Maven focuses on virtual care for women and families, specializing in fertility, maternity, parenting, pediatrics and menopause.

The company raised $90 million in November, just 15 months after earning its unicorn horn with a $110 million capital raise

Similar to Maven, Naytal provides on-demand access to women’s and family healthcare, including fertility, pregnancy, postpartum care and menopause.

By acquiring Naytal, Maven will expand its provider network in the U.K., which Maven said is its largest market outside of the U.S. More than 70 of Maven’s partner employers have employees in the U.K., the company said in a statement.

Naytal founder and CEO Leila Thabet will also join Maven as regional vice president of global growth and partnerships.

“Maven’s digital platform has been built to address gaps in reproductive and maternal health globally and meet each member, no matter where they are in the world, with the same level of high-quality, personalized care,” Maven founder and CEO Kate Ryder said in a statement. “With our acquisition of Naytal, our rapidly expanding U.K. and European membership will have even greater access to timely support that meets their unique needs through a partner deeply embedded in the region.”

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