With fresh capital in its medicine cabinet, Denver startup Apostrophe hopes to serve self-insured employers with a more efficient way to help employees manage their health care.
Apostrophe raised $1.15 million from 15 investors, according to a recent SEC filing.
“We are going to use (the funding) to continue building out our new product and signing up new customers,” co-founder and CEO Cheryl Kellond said.
One of its new products is a pay card for employees to use at doctor’s offices. …read more
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