Ida Tin, the Danish CEO and co-founder of the women’s health app Clue, was been awarded the Female Web Entrepreneur of the Year award by Europioneers at the Slush 2015 startup conference, held in Helsinki last week.
Clue, which Tin and co-founder Hans Raffauf founded in 2012, allows users to track their fertility and menstrual cycles and, by entering information about period, moods, sex drive, energy levels and pain, make health predictions.
Tin was proud to accept the award and expressed her desire to empower other female entrepreneurs.
“It’s an honour to be recognised for this Europioneers Award, especially considering the talent, innovation and skill of the other nominees,” she said.
“I’m proud to be working with an exceptional team, who has helped to grow Clue into a truly global digital health platform, with over 2 million users tracking their cycles each month. I firmly believe that it is essential for female entrepreneurs to empower each other to take their space in the industry.”
Tin is a graduate of the creative business school Kaospilot, which was founded in 1991 by Uffe Elbæk, the leader of the political party Alternativet.