Learning to Sleep completed a $1.1M investment round.

Sweden Investments 12 March 2019
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Learning to Sleep, a Malmö, Sweden-based company developing healthcare solutions helping people with their sleep problems, announced closing in an EUR 1M ($1.1M) capital investment round.

The money was provided by investors including Add Health Media, Almi Invest, Dendera Ventures and Wikow Invest and will be used to  to consolidate its position on the Swedish market and launch the product in the UK.

Learning to Sleep, founded in 2010 by CEO Micael Gustafsson and Peter Boye, has developed a digital, drug-free sleep treatment that patients can access anywhere with no waiting time. The company is a registered care provider in Sweden, and its treatment is approved by the Swedish equivalent to NHS (Läkemedelsverket), having already treated over 1,000 patients in Sweden and Norway via its platform based on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).