Bellevue startup Limeade stirred up $25 million in funding to advance its health and wellness platform, which now has more than 100 big enterprise customers.
The 110-person company plans to use the funding to add new capabilities to its “employee engagement platform.” Its platform gamifies wellness activities with challenges and incentives for employees, and analytics for employers.
Limeade also expects to double its headcount over the next year, to about 220 people.
Funding was led by OakHC/FT, a Connecticut investment group specializing in healthcare and financial-services ventures. Existing investor TVC Capital also participated.
“Limeade is delivering powerful, market-leading results in the healthcare and human capital technology marketplace,” OakHC/FT’s managing partner, Annie Lamont, said in a release.