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  • Forbes : Why FemTech Is The Next Big Thing In Asia

      Singapore has one of the lowest fertility rates in the world, and as more women enter the workforce, the number of births has declined and the c...
  • TechCrunch: Kegg, a connected fertility tracker and Kegel trainer for women, launches out of beta

    Thus far kegg has been hitting a chord with U.S. women of reproductive age who are trying for a baby, according to Cahojova — who says her startup has built a 2,000-strong community of fertility-tracking women over kegg’s beta period.

    The startup also has its eye on international expansion, including to Asia (with the support of its Japanese market-focused investor Fermata) — with a plan to launch kegg in Singapore in late October, and in Japan and Canada next year.