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Village Capital’s digital health entrepreneurs choose Certintell and LivWell Health



Well Being

Digital health companies Certintell and LivWell Health will each receive $75,000 after being selected by their peers in VilCap’s three-month accelerator program.

Certintell, based in Des Moines, Iowa, connects low-income Americans with care teams through text, pictures, and video. San Francisco-based LivWell Health provides platforms for post-acute and senior living providers.

This spring, VilCap is partnering with Habitat for Humanity to train and invest in housing, water and sustainable energy entrepreneurs in Mexico.

VilCap has run four dozen programs and invested in more than 70 ventures since 2009.

Interesting fact: nine of Village Capital’s portfolio companies use non-equity structures such as revenue share agreements or flexible debt.

Photo credit: Certintell

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