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Longevity Card

Status: Expired

Feb 11th 2021 - Mar 23rd 2021

Longevity Card (LC) aims to integrate financial management and healthcare into one app. It asserts that its AI-powered application can analyse fitness activity, nutrition and other areas, providing users with personalised health tips and rewards for leading a healthy lifestyle. LC also intends to offer multi-currency current accounts alongside longevity benefits such as a marketplace with exclusive offers from companies in health, fitness and beyond. The company has more than 60 partners in its Longevity Marketplace such as Transferwise, Babylon Health, and Headspace. LC was a finalist in the HealthTech vertical at Elevating Founders, the flagship startup event of London Tech Week 2020. The company has featured in Forbes, Yahoo Finance, and Benzinga, to name a few. LC will use the investment to grow its team, increase its user base post-launch, and market its solution to the rise in health and financial wellbeing-focused audiences.

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  • £365,090
  • 87%
    of goal


    pre-money valuation

    equity available


    pledge per investor

    company number

    company status

    incorporated 1 years

    Previous Funding rounds
    11 Feb 21 Seedrs £365,090 / 88%


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