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Hey Jane, a digital healthcare startup that increases the availability of abortion pills makes sense. It’s just a consumer pharmacy that aims to meet consumers where they are, which is especially important as the epidemic continues.
The main product of Hey Jane has significant crystals. Its main product, abortion pills, is banned or restricted in several states. Let’s add the fact that: Ron vs. Wade և The future of the world may face the startup’s mission to expand healthcare. Hay Jane emphasizes the potential և promise of long-distance healthcare startups. But it is also at the heart of a highly politicized issue.
Earlier this month, I wrote about how Digital health startups are getting back into the Roe world. Later, Hey Jane co-founder Kiki Friedman said the turn made abortion care by mail “now probably the most viable accessible item for most of the country.” He expects that the lack of education on medical abortions among consumers will be an obstacle. Most abortions in the United States are performed with medication, but he says that a minority of people are educated about the nuances of medical abortion. “We need to continue to educate people about this safe, effective, routine form of abortion,” she wrote in a statement.
But now I want to go back to the reactions of this next day. Next week I plan to interview Freedman for TechCrunch’s Equity podcast և ask him how to build a company when the mission can be irreversibly challenged by our government. We will talk about the origin story, how they plan to turn around in the future. I want him to tell me what the world is doing wrong with telemedicine being able to answer the biggest questions in healthcare, where startups can fit into the future. Besides, they actually raise growth phase? For answers, be sure to harmonize the “Equity” episode, wherever you get podcasts, և, well, Why not start now?
In the rest of this newsletter, we’ll talk about this round of job cuts, why your MVP is not an MVP, and Fintech’s bet that it might even make your local credit card want Netflix & Chill. As always, you can support me by passing this newsletter to a friend or following me on Twitter or: my blog.
More cuts in startupland
Unfortunately, there is more from where it came from last week. The technicians had a difficult week with layoffs and layoffs coming from startups like Section4, Latch and DataRobot. We collected Some of the well-known redundancies in one position.
That’s why it’s important. The impact was felt in areas ranging from education to security, as well as in stages ranging from Serie A to the recent SPAC’s business. For me, it signals how widespread this withdrawal really is, no matter what stage your company may be at. These are also early stage startups.
Your MVP is neither minimal nor viable
For the past week, I’ve been thinking about this title by Haji Jan Camps as it challenges one of those predetermined startup ideas that everyone happily accepts without much fuss. Here is my sweet spot (և my weakness). In this article, Kemps reveals why the MVP “calls it so deeply wrong” and what to focus on instead.
That’s why it’s important. Kamps New Framework քը The set of questions you need to ask your first product should make the complexities of MVPs a little more accessible. And II will end with his blow.
“I do not have a better name for the MVP, just do not fall into the trap of considering it as a product, viable or, of course, small, simple or easy. Some MVPs are complicated. However, the idea is to spend as little as possible of your valuable resources to get your questions answered. ”
Jay-Z Queen A.
For a deal of the week that could fly under your radar, I choose the Other! The co-founders of Michael Brown և Iush Jane, this fintech startup, believe that access to credit should be free, so it has found an atypical way to help people create credit.
That’s why it’s important. Others, which raised $ 18 million in Serie A this week, helps people build credit through recurring payment methods such as digital subscriptions to Netflix, Spotify and Hulu. It is notable for the fact that many banks targeting low-income, historically disenfranchised people want to bypass credit scores altogether, while Altros wants to regulate access to the approved system. I highly recommend reading The story of Mary Ann ‘s focus on the company’s origins, its fundraising journey – its subscription to its newsletter; Exchange.
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