Uniper Care, a technology-based community that enables the elderly to live a healthy and active social life, announced a $14.5 million Series A fundraising round.
With backing from Aleph, Zeev Ventures, and leading investors with experience in senior care and healthcare, this Series A round nearly quadruples Uniper’s prior investments, bringing the total to $21 million since the company’s inception in Tel Aviv in 2016, and its launch in the United States in 2018. Uniper previously raised a seed investment led by Mediterranean Towers Ventures and Fusion, an Israeli business accelerator in the United States.
Uniper is an online community for older adults that can be accessed directly from a television, computer, tablet, or smartphone. It offers a personalized collection of live classes, activities, health recommendations, and limitless interactive experiences, as well as the ability to connect and communicate with loved ones. As the cost of aging increases, Uniper is the prudent and inexpensive solution for older persons who wish to remain independent.
Rami Kirshblum, co-founder and CEO, stated, “hundreds of care partner organizations and some of the major health plans in the United States now have access to a customizable platform designed to assist seniors in living healthier and happier lives. In four years, we’ve won the trust of thousands of seniors who are now able to stay connected to the most important aspects of their lives.”