Building a company during the pandemic was hard; but raising $71.5 million in the fertility sector is hard during a pandemic or not. And today on TechCrunch Live, we have Oma Fertility co-founder Kiran Joshi and Root Ventures Partner Chrissy Meyer talk through how Oma is building an impressive company to radically improve in vitro fertilization.
Today's interview was led by Neesha Tambe, TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield editor who’s also largely responsible for the hundreds of startups pitching and exhibiting at TechCrunch Disrupt. But she’s here today because of her personal experience with I-V-F.
Neesha spoke with Oma Robotics o-founder Kiran Joshi and Root Ventures Partner Chrissy Meyer. Unlike many other fertility providers, Oma focuses on male infertility, and today we’re going to hear about a few things:
As always, Matt Burns closed out the show with a round of Pitch Practice and audience questions. If you want to check out the full video of today's conversation, head to our YouTube channel and stay tuned for more TechCrunch Live!
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