Thirty Madison Raises Funding to Expand Beyond Hair-Loss

The New York company has raised $15.25 million in Series A financing, co-led by Maveron and Northzone, with participation from several others including Greycroft Partners, Steadfast Venture Capital and First Round Capital.

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Keeps parent company Thirty Madison raises $15 million to fight male pattern baldness

“It’s an end-to-end platform that is the single best place for guys who are looking to keep their hair,” Thirty Madison co-founder Steven Gutentag told TechCrunch.

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CNBC unveils its annual list of 100 promising start-ups to watch

The Upstart 100 is CNBC's exclusive list of promising young start-ups, featuring a diverse group of companies that are building brands and breaking industry barriers on the path to becoming tomorrow's household names.

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Start-up Keeps aims to disrupt hair loss industry

Keeps Co-Founder Demetri Karagas discusses what his start-up is doing to prevent and treat male pattern baldness in a cheaper, more efficient way.

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A former Googler who started losing his hair in his 20s founded a company to help other men facing a similar fate

In January 2018, Steve Gutentag and his co-founder Demetri Karagas launched Keeps, a startup that connects men to doctors who specialize in treating hair loss and then ships medication to those men directly. The company has raised $7.5 million from investors including Maveron, First Round Capital, Greycroft Partners and Imaginary Ventures.

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This NYC Startup Just Raised $15.25M to Expand its Focus on Healthcare Solutions for the Most Common Chronic Conditions

Thirty Madison’s first proprietary brand Keeps launched earlier this year and is scaling fast. Their second brand Cove will launch later this year to provide a personalized solution for migraine headaches.

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The Cult Brand Whisperer Behind Casper, Allbirds, And Birchbox

As Gutentag and Karagas set about launching Keeps, a subscription service with finasteride- and minoxidil-based products, they knew they would have to reframe hair loss as a normal, preventable issue for young men, rather than a shameful inevitability for the middle aged. They needed, says Gutentag, a brand “that would resonate and be approachable to the average guy."

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This Company Wants to Help You to Keep the Hair You Have

Since time immemorial, guys have been trying to figure out what to do about hair loss. And with good reason—whether you wanted to express devotion to an unseen deity, convey wealth or fertility, or even just let people think "this guy's probably in a band," growing a full head of long and healthy hair has traditionally been a great way to do it. But as many guys have learned, nature tends to have other plans.

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Thirty Madison, owner of hair loss company Keeps, secures VC

The investment is expected to ensure that Keeps remains the go-to treatment for men experiencing hair loss to get access to affordable.

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Because Hair Loss is Easier to Prevent Than to Reverse

A new brand is focusing on early intervention. Keeps offers online diagnoses and regular deliveries of subtly packaged, low-priced prescription medication.

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Thirty Madison lands $15.25M, plans on launching migraine platform

The company plans to use the new money to launch a platform that will cater to patients with migraines, which it will call Cove. The platform will offer users virtual consultations with doctors and track their migraine incidents. Users will then get treatment through the mail, according to the company.

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Keeps Offers Simplified Hair-Loss Prevention

Founded by two former Google employees, the brand is backed by executives from Net-a-Porter, Birchbox and Maveron.

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This Hair-Loss Startup Is Part of a Growing Trend of Ecommerce Personalization

These days, consumers can order a personalized hair regimen, curated beauty products and now, a treatment plan to stop hair loss. Keeps is a startup focused on preventing men’s hair loss, rather than bringing hair back.

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Keeps Is Changing the Game When It Comes to Men’s Hair Loss

Launching this week, Keeps—a revolutionary grooming line based entirely online—allows men facing hair loss to avoid embarrassing interactions with pharmacists and store clerks.

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Online Startup Personalizes Hair Loss Treatments For Men

Keeps offers a personalized digital shopping experience for men to get individualized treatment plans to prevent hair loss.

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Hims, Roman, and Keeps are startups talking to men about hair loss, skin care, and even more personal concerns

We’re not just building Keeps for a guy who cares about grooming and his looks,” says co-founder Steven Gutentag. “For us to be successful, it’s about making the brand and solution geared toward the average guy who has hair and doesn’t want to lose it. When we think about design and messaging, we want it to be matter-of-fact.

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Best Products For Thinning Hair

Wouldn’t it be cool to consult a hair doctor online, no fees applied, and get your prescriptions sent directly to your front door?

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