Reflectly adds angel investment to fuel the growth of the company.
Reflectly, a Copenhagen, Denmark-based company operating a business built around a mobile application that acts as a mental health companion, announced that it secured more funding in the company.
The money was provided by the German investor, former VC, Nicolas Wittenborn, via his US-based company Adjacent.
Reflectly, founded in 2016 by CEO Jakob Brøgger-Mikkelsen, Daniel Vestergaard, and Jacob Harboe Kristensen, developed a smart journal provided via an interactive app that uses artificial intelligence to help the user structure and reflect on their daily thoughts and problems. The company is growing fast, claiming to have more than a 100k paying subscribers.
Prior to this round, Reflectly raised roughly $1M from angel investors from Denmark.