Featuring Steven Gutentag, co-founder of Keeps and Afton Vechery, co-founder of Modern Fertility.

Our fourth episode explores how startups are cleverly shaking up the $3 trillion US healthcare industry with a convenient, tech-driven, and consumer-friendly approach. New players are finding ways to disrupt the consumer experience by introducing on-demand services and affordable solutions. As growth in the health and wellness space extends into every aspect of our lives, consumers are turning to companies that can help them actively focus on prevention rather than cure in every lifestyle vertical.

Listen in as we meet Steven Gutentag, co-founder of Keeps, a a direct-to-consumer wellness startup, which prevents hair loss for men. For the second half of the show we speak to Afton Vechery, co-founder and CEO of Modern Fertility, a health startup offering a comprehensive at-home hormone test.

Steven Gutentag
Steven Gutentag
Afton headshot
Afton Vechery

For more on the health and wellness space, read The Well Economy report.

More Next X podcasts:

Episode 1: The future of Women. Featuring Eva Goicochea, co-founder of Maude and Kejal Macdonald, VP of Brand Marketing for Icon at Thinx.

Episode 2: The future of Cannabis. Featuring Ulrika Karlberg, co-founder of Herb Essentials and Jason Lazar, founder of Hemponair.

Episode 3: Generation Z. Featuring Molly Logan, co-founder of School of Doodle and Irregular Labs and Hebh Jamal, a gen Z political activist.

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