Inflow, a science-based app for people with ADHD, has raised €2 million in a seed funding round led by Hoxton Ventures. The London-based startup’s funding round also involved participation from US firm Route 66 Ventures and several prominent angel investors.

ADHD can cause a wide array of symptoms, including anxiety, impulsiveness, depression, trouble concentrating and difficulty controlling anger. On top of this, people suffering with ADHD also often face challenges accessing support, with many not receiving a proper assessment for several years, while the self-advocacy required to pursue assessment can be difficult for those with the condition.

Inflow was created by a team of clinicians and coaches, with over half of the startup’s team being neurodiverse, to offer a sustainable, accessible, cost-effective alternative. Users can access short daily exercises, helping them to develop beneficial habits, learn new skills and practice mindfulness techniques, among other things.

The funding raised in the seed round will enable the company to expand on its current team of 10, while also rolling out additional tools and services that have been requested by the Inflow community.

Inflow co-founder Seb Isaacs said: “We knew we could simplify the ADHD care process and reach millions of underserved people living with ADHD. Inflow can offer immediate, affordable, and on-demand support in ways our burdened mental health system simply cannot. There’s no waitlist, no need for a referral, no complicated intake process. Inflow is here and ready whenever you are.”

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