Kobo co-founder Michael Serbinis announced the Canadian launch of personal health platform LEAGUE today.
Attracting top preventative health professionals, LEAGUE gives health-conscious consumers the ability to transform their personal health and wellness journey.
Canadians now have a dedicated platform to access the top preventative health professionals in their neighborhood, while benefiting from the convenience of mobile scheduling, payments and invoices.
With LEAGUE, professionals and members stay connected with secure, private messaging, and share their expertise and experiences in the LEAGUE community.
Serbinis was the co-founder of global digital reading company Kobo which spunoff from Canadian bookseller Indigo Books. In 2012, Serbinis sold Kobo to Japanese e-commerce company Rakuten for $315 million.
Late last year LEAGUE raised a $4 million seed round led by OMERS Ventures with Foundation Capital, Real Ventures and Infinite Potential Group participating as well.
“Our goal is to fundamentally change how people think about health,” said Michael Serbinis, CEO and Founder, LEAGUE. “We envision a future where health will be highly personalized and ‘always-on’, focused on prevention – helping you live well every day. Our mission is to empower people to act everyday, by connecting with the health professionals, services, and care that is right for them.”