Marriott Harrison advised Kindred Capital as co-leader, alongside Octopus Venture, of a consortium of investors which included Tom Blomfield (Monzo), Julien Callede (Made.com), Ian Hogarth (SongKick), Freddy Macnamara (Cuvva), Alex Rose (Let’s Do This) and Errol Damelin (Wonga), who participated in a $4.4 million seed funding round for Mojo, the UK-based men’s sexual health startup. Mojo has signed up nearly 50,000 users across 36 countries since its launch in 2019, and will be using the seed funding to further accelerate this growth.
The Marriott Harrison team was led by David Strong. Maria Palma, general partner at Kindred, has said: “We deeply believe that the strong founding team at Mojo can redefine the conversation around male sexuality and vulnerability. It is clear from their early evangelical user base that they have created a product which resonates with men all over the world and helps them transform their confidence, relationships and their everyday lives.”