Washington Business Journal: D.C. Mental Health Startup Tackles Fundraising To Keep Up With Covid-Fueled Demand

A mental health startup that launched on the eve of the coronavirus pandemic is changing its business model, hiring up, breaking into new markets and raising fresh funding to meet demand.

Rose, whose patient engagement platform seeks to identify mental health symptoms, is now raising a $1.5 million seed round with about $800,000 committed so far. For the D.C.-based business, which also has an office in Baltimore, the capital will give about 12 to 15 months of runway — and fuel two main objectives: ramping up sales and marketing, and “being able to continue to leverage deep tech for early detection of depression and mood disorder symptoms,” said founder and CEO Kavi Misri.

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