- Using a tablet, medical tests and connected objects, company employees can monitor their state of health.
- With this investment, Padoa wishes to develop its offer.
Padoa, a start-up that has developed a tool for monitoring the health of employees at work, announces a fundraising of 5 million euros, led by the Kamet incubator.
Founded in April 2016 by Nicolas Telle, Julie Prévôt-Leygonie, Frédéric de Mesmay and Lionel Cassier, Paoda allows company employees to monitor the state of their health at work. Using a tablet, they can carry out their own medical examination, via medical tests and connected objects, under the supervision of a nurse. The offer is intended for companies and more specifically their occupational health services.
With this first investment, the start-up intends to develop its medical monitoring software at work. “We created Padoa with the conviction that combining the best of the digital and the human is the only way to achieve this, and this fundraising will allow us to carry out this project ”, details Nicolas Telle, co-founder of Padoa.
Founders: Nicolas Telle, Julie Prévôt-Leygonie, Frédéric de Mesmay and Lionel Cassier
Creation: april 2016
The head office : Paris
Activity: medical monitoring solution at work
Funding: 5 million euros in June 2017