Paris-based mental health startup Moka.care has raised €15 million Paris-based mental health startup Moka.care has raised €15 million in funding to support mental wellbeing in the workplace.

The Series A round was led by US-based VC Left Lane Capital with participation from existing investor Singular. VC firm Origins (co-founded by sporting legend Blaise Matuidi, Ilan Abehassera, and Salomon Aiach) and French footballer Antoine Griezmann and captain of the French rugby team Antoine Dupont also supported the funding. The company will use the additional cash to improve its product and expand into new European markets. The company had earlier raised €2.5 million to scale its platform last year. Working with the likes of Spendesk, Qonto, and L’Oréal, the startup aims to connect employees to psychologists, coaches, and therapists who can help them with issues like work-life balance, burnout, and stress management.

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