Discover the untapped potential of Femtech and the transformative work ahead in female health with Ida Tin of Clue.
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Discover the untapped potential of Femtech and the transformative work ahead in female health with Ida Tin, co-founder, and former CEO, now chairwoman, of Clue, the world's most trusted female health app. With over twelve million active users in 190 countries, Clue is a top-ranking app in the "Health & Fitness" category globally. Ida Tin, a visionary entrepreneur and modern feminist, coined the term Femtech in 2016 and has been featured in prominent media outlets and spoken at prestigious conferences worldwide. Drawing from her diverse background, including leading motorcycle tours and authoring a travel memoir, Ida is now focused on her new book exploring Femtech, leadership, technology, and systems change. Embrace the future of female health with an active voice in the Femtech space—Ida Tin.
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Ida Tin is the co-founder and former CEO, now chairwoman, of Clue, the most trusted female health app. Clue has more than twelve million active users in over 190 countries, and is one of the most popular apps in the “Health & Fitness” category in the United States, Germany, the UK, Brazil, France, Mexico, and many other countries.
Ida has been interviewed or featured in major media, including The New York Times, New York Magazine, Forbes, Der Spiegel, and Le Figaro. She was also a speaker at prestigious conferences such as TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, LeWeb in Paris, Forbes Most Powerful Women in Montreal, Slush in Finland, and many more.
Before starting Clue, Ida led motorcycle tours around the world for five years in the motorcycle touring company MotoMundo she cofounded with her dad Hjalte Tin. She guided tours in Mongolia, Cuba, and Vietnam, amongst other destinations.
For two years, she traveled solo in the western parts of the US on her motorcycle and wrote a book about her travel adventures, inner and outer, “Directress”, published in Denmark in 2009.
As a child, Ida grew up traveling the world on motorcycles with her parents and older brother, from she was a one-year-old baby sitting in front of her mother on the motorcycle through South America, the former Soviet Union, Africa, and South East Asia.
Ida attended various art schools in South Africa and London and graduated in 2004 from the progressive social entrepreneurship BA-level business school The KaosPilots in Denmark. Ida currently lives in Berlin and has two children.
She is now working on a new book about Femtech, leadership, technology, and systems change. She is an active voice in the Femtech space.
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