Today's adults juggle caring for aging parents and children while working full-time. Oneva makes finding trusted in-home care easy with our platform to find, book, and pay high-quality caregivers as an employee benefit. Last year, we finished a year-long pilot at Microsoft. As a result, several other large Fortune 100 companies, plus the Finnish and Japanese governments, showed interest in Oneva. Now that we built our tech, we’re ready to close contracts on companies in our pipeline.
Four years in business serving the in-home care market.
Completed year-long pilot for Microsoft SF Bay Area employees providing 1,876 hours of care.
Runner-up at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2017.
Winner Best Startup Silicon Valley 2015.
CEO is ~11th black woman to raise over $1M in U.S. history and has extensive finance and executive experience at Levi’s, Pacific Bell, IDG, Quantum, and UC Berkeley.
CTO has over 30 years of engineering management at 12 Silicon Valley companies, and three exits (including Xros to Nortel for $3.25B in 2000).
Oneva has two patents: concierge care platform and personal video commercial studio.
Oneva's minority certification and the Technology Industry Group (TIG) have us in direct contact with Oracle, Intel, and other tech firms striving to increase their minority spending.
We want to generate millions of living wage jobs, let elders age in their homes, and let workers stay in the workforce. The demand for in-home care is only going to grow: globally, our population is increasing in size and age. In the U.S. alone, the 65+ population is projected to grow from 48M to 88M by 2050. That's a lot more people who will need care – as the first in-home care company for large organizations, we're well-positioned to turn this opportunity into a massive business.