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Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market
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Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market

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Report takes a closer look at the top venture capitalists in 50+ investing in Digital Health and the areas and the areas with health they like to invest in.

Report takes a closer look at the top venture capitalists in 50+ investing in Digital Health and the areas and the areas with health they like to invest in.

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  • 1. The Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market A REPORT SPONSORED BY Published: May 7, 2014 A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insights
  • 2. Published: May 7, 2014 A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insights New digital health apps and wearable devices for the young get the lion's share of media attention. But entrepreneurs and investors investing with the 50+ market in mind are focusing on a big — and growing — opportunity. ! Baby Boomers make up 44% of the US population and more than 10,000 enter the 50+ demographic daily. Collectively, they spend $3.5 trillion a year. By 2018, breakthrough technologies, innovative services and disruptive business models will benefit more than 100 million people 50+ and represent $20 billion in revenue in the US alone. ! In December, StartUp Health and AARP released the first-ever digital health insights funding report evaluating the 50+ market, highlighting the encouraging rise of health innovation among a growing population with increased medical needs. This report takes a closer look at the top venture capitalists making investments that impact the 50+ population and the hottest areas of investment. Already, some of the country's top venture capitalists are making big investments in companies relevant to the 50+ market. And our data indicates that the trend may just be beginning. Take a look! Source: Health Innovation Frontiers Report downloadable at www.aarp.org/50plusinsights Background 2
  • 3. A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insightsPublished: May 7, 2014 $0B $1B $1B $2B $3B 0 150 300 450 600 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Deal Count Total Funding $2.79B$2.22B$1.51B$1.05B 527 395 219 128128 219 395 527 Since 2010, digital health and wellness investment has grown from $1.05B to $2.79B in 2013 Deal count more than quadrupled from 128 to 527 3
  • 4. A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insightsPublished: May 7, 2014 $1.6B $453M $440M $888M $128M $159M $222M $143M $109M $177M San Francisco Bay Area and the Northeast lead digital health funding activity with more than 41% of total funding from 2010-2013 $113M 4
  • 5. A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insightsPublished: May 7, 2014 Though the number of software-only digital health companies more than quadrupled, funding in devices and wearables grew 102% from 2012 to 2013, accounting for 32% of all digital health investment $0.0B $0.5B $1.0B $1.5B $2.0B 2010 2011 2012 2013 $1.9 $1.8 $1.2 $0.5 $0.9 $0.4 $0.3 $0.5 Devices and Wearables Software Only 125 250 375 500 2010 2011 2012 2013 39 48 104 122 Devices and Wearables Software Only Number of Digital Health Startups* Total Digital Health Funding* 5*Due to market overlap, some values are subject to double counting 405 291 171 89
  • 6. A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insightsPublished: May 7, 2014 Social Engagement Physical Fitness Medication Management Aging with Vitality Navigating The Healthcare System Vtial Sign Monintoring Behavioral and Emotional Health Diet and Nutrition Emergency Detection and Response Traditional 50+ Market 50+ referred only to the aging market Opportunities in the 50+ Market New Focus of the 50+ Market Preventative medicine is a growing focus among the 50+ market, leading to increased opportunity across the nine areas of digital health and wellness innovation 6 Vital Sign Monitoring
  • 7. A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insightsPublished: May 7, 2014 $0B $0B $1B $1B $2B 0 100 200 300 400 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Deal Count Total Funding $1.48B$0.93B$0.77B$0.56B Funding in companies relevant to the 50+ market rose 59% from $0.93B in 2012 to $1.48B in 2013 and represents 53% of all digital health investment dollars 7 67 130 249 311
  • 8. A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insightsPublished: May 7, 2014 Investments related to the 50+ market continue to grow at the pace of investments in the larger digital health and wellness market 50+ market investments as percentage of total investments in digital health & wellness 2010 2011 2012 2013 40% 55% 70% 2010 2011 2012 2013 53% 51% 42% 53% 52% 59% 63% 59% Deal Count Funding TotalFunding $0.56B $1.05B $0.77B $1.51B $0.93B $2.22B $1.48B $2.79B Digital Health & Wellness Market 50+ Market 8
  • 9. A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insightsPublished: May 7, 2014 From 2010 to 2013, the 50+ areas that received the greatest total amount of VC funding were aging with vitality, vital sign monitoring and care navigation Substantial funding in these markets is attributed to an emphasis on preventative medicine, empowering the patient to own their care and the changing healthcare regulatory landscape 9 TotalFundingfrom2010-2013 Medical Management Diet and Nutrition Emergency Detection and Response Behavioral and Emotional Health Aging With Vitality Physical Fitness Vital Sign Monitoring Care Navigation Social Engagement $12M $287M $397M $405M $501M $1.05B $1.27B $1.95B $2.5B
  • 10. A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insightsPublished: May 7, 2014 103100 75 56 38 252220 3 In the 50+ market, VC firms are mostly interested in vital sign monitoring, care navigation and social engagement NumberofVCsInvestinginMarket2010-2013 10 Medical Management Diet and Nutrition Emergency Detection and Response Behavioral and Emotional Health Aging With Vitality Physical Fitness Vital Sign Monitoring Care Navigation Social Engagement Interest in these markets is primarily attributed large market opportunities and clearly- defined business models
  • 11. A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insightsPublished: May 7, 2014 Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market 11
  • 12. A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insightsPublished: May 7, 2014 Many of the notable deals since 2010 were syndicated investments among the top VCs $40M Series A $24M Series B $23M Series B $18.6M Series C $15.2M Series B $9.3M & $15M Series C & D $15M Series B $10.8M & $9.3M Series C & E 12
  • 13. A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insightsPublished: May 7, 2014 Since 2010, physical fitness and care navigation have seen the most deal action from the top investors funding the 50+ market Physical Fitness Aging with Vitality Care Navigation Diet and Nutrition Vital Signs Monitoring Behavioral and Emotional Health Emergency Detection and Response 13
  • 14. A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insightsPublished: May 7, 2014 Most VCs investing in companies relevant to the 50+ market are funding early-stage innovation FundingbyRoundinthe50+Market Seed A B C D E + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 14
  • 15. A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insightsPublished: May 7, 2014 $2M Seed $3.5M Series A $2.5M Series A $2.25M Seed $2M Seed $1.55M Seed $600k Seed $6M Series A $4.25M Seed $5.7M Series A From 2010-2013, half of all deals relevant to the 50+ market were Seed or Series A rounds 15
  • 16. Published: May 7, 2014 A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insights • Aging with vitality, vital sign monitoring and care navigation received the greatest amount of digital health VC funding from 2010 to 2013 ! • Physical fitness and care navigation have seen the most deal action (by volume) from the top investors funding the 50+ market since 2010 ! • Vital sign monitoring, care navigation and social engagement have the greatest number of interested VCs among the 50+ market opportunities ! • Funding in companies relevant to the 50+ market represents 53% of all digital health investment dollars and is growing ! • Seed or Series A deals comprised half of the deals from 2010-2013 in companies related to the 50+ market Key Takeaways 16
  • 17. A StartUp Health Insights Report. Comprehensive funding data available at startuphealth.com/insightsPublished: May 7, 2014 Methodologies The data presented herein is from StartUp Health Insights, which was gathered from public non-grant funding information from SEC filings, company press releases, CrunchBase, AngelList, and other news sources as of April 14, 2014. The data spans from January 1, 2010 through December 31, 2013. ! Some of the deals presented in sub-sector analyses may have been subject to double counting because of overlapping markets. VCs included in the top list comprised those that invested in the most deals within the 50+ market from 2010-2013. ! The 50+ health investment sector, as defined by AARP, includes all companies that may be relevant to the market, even if they apply to a larger market as well. It comprises the following market opportunities and some of their respective needs that are addressed: Market Opportunity Examples of Needs Addressed Social Engagement Staying connected socially Keeping mobilized Stimulating intellect Medication Management Managing multiple medications Preventing in-home accidents Sharpening memory Emergency Detection & Response Detecting falls Sending alerts when lost Preventing in-home accidents Behavioral and Emotional Health Stress reduction Receiving divorce/grief support Managing life phase transitions Physical Fitness Improving muscle strength Age-appropriate exercise Maintaining healthy weight Diet & Nutrition Eating healthy and portion control Maintaining a healthy weight Reducing bad cholesterol Navigating the Healthcare System Managing healthcare costs Evaluating quality of care Plan for end of life care Aging with Vitality Aiding in memory and cognition Improving or aiding vision Improving or aiding hearing Vital Sign Monitoring Keeping blood pressure in range Detecting skin problems Improving sleep quality 17
  • 18. About AARP’s vision is to stimulate innovation and entrepreneurship in the market place around breakthrough products, experiences, and business models for health technologies benefiting the 50+ market. Startup Health, a global startup platform to accelerate health and wellness innovation, represents a new model for helping entrepreneurs succeed in the health sector. StartUp Health is on a mission to inspire, educate and provide access for 1,000 digital health startups to reimagine and transform healthcare by 2020. 18
  • 19. The Top 12 Venture Capital Firms Funding the 50+ Market

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