According to Forbes, Ami, a mental wellness company with offices in Singapore and Indonesia, raised $3 million in a seed round headed by Meta’s New Product Experimentation Team. Ami is a mental wellness company with offices in Singapore and Indonesia. In accordance with the report, this is Meta’s first early-stage investment in the Asia-Pacific region.
In addition to Collaborative Fund and Goodwater Capital, Strong Ventures, January Capital, and Strong Ventures are also participating in the round. Employees at Ami have access to private health care that is conveniently accessible and affordable. Because of the site’s technology, users are matched with teachers based on the responses they offer when they first sign up for the site.
In order to facilitate communication between customers and support personnel, the startup makes use of messaging platforms such as WhatsApp. The company’s instructors, according to Ami, are available at all times and do not require an appointment.
Beginning in January of this year, Justin Kim, a Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia listee, and Beknazar Abdikamalov (a former Amazon engineer) co-founded the company. Its ultimate goal is to have a presence throughout Asia.