Fast Company: Portfolia-Backed JoyLux and the $50B FemTech Space

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Collette Courtion, Founder and CEO of Portfolia-backed FemTech company JoyLux, shares how they're redefining women's sexual wellness in Fast Company's This Vaginal Device Pomises to Fix Women's Sex Lives. "Women are becoming far much more empowered to embrace their health in all parts of their life,” says Courtion. Joylux found that 50% of respondents reported bladder leakage issues, and when asked if they were interested in a home solution, a whopping 95% answered yes. “That tells me that it’s an underserved market,” says Courtion.

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