Joyance Partners is a $20M venture capital partnership investing in companies with the capacity to deliver, or contribute to the delivery of, Delightful Moments. It focuses on 3 C’s, choice, change and coherence,
Established in the year 2017. Along with Chief Analyst Andrew Nealon, Joyance Partners was founded by venture partner Chris Kurdziel, managing partner Mike Edelhart, founding partner William Lohse and chief operating officer Kevin Dasch. The number of investments It has made to date is 56 and it is actively using 17 technologies for its website. These include Viewport Meta, SPF, and Google Analytics. The Company invests in companies operating in genetics, neurosciences, personal pharmaceuticals, and virtual reality. Joyance Partners serves clients in the United States.
Delightful moments are moments that bring joy to humans. Small but powerful, these moments make us stronger, calmer and more in control. This is what Joyance Partners focuses on providing but with a more technological approach. Excluding traditional ways of achieving such moments such as meditation, massage, good music, It uses a variety of technologies to deliver such moments.
To replace today’s syndrome-centric approach, with something more personal, more preventative, more predictive and dramatically more powerful, It sees greater long-term human impact and value in the generation of technologies rather than just helping doctors and clinics, health plans and hospitals. Joyance Partners is thus, the first VC health fund focused purely on the individual, personal experience, rather than today’s medical-industrial complex.
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