More than a decade after the original Women’s Therapeutics company, CloudX has set itself apart with a new strategy.
Now it’s on to launching its own line of health products, including an online-only online platform that provides women with information on their health and wellness.
In its first quarter of 2017, Cloudx generated revenue of $1.8 million and gross margin of 29.6%, according to its most recent quarterly report.
The company also reported a net loss of $2.2 million.
The move away from a traditional women’s health product company and into a new product category is a major shift for the company, which is already looking to diversify its business.
CloudX founder and CEO, Heather Fischbach, said she believes the women’s market will continue to grow, with more companies offering health products.
“We’ve always believed that women are interested in getting a better health experience,” Fischbeck said.
“We were the first to bring women’s information online and our strategy is to create a new platform for women to get information about their health that’s not available on a traditional website.”
Fischbeck says the platform is based on the same principles as the Women’s Insulin Network.
She said the company has no plans to offer a standalone product, but will use other sources to provide information.
A company spokesperson confirmed that CloudX is partnering with the women-owned company, but declined to provide additional details.
Frischbeck said she has no current plans to sell her company.
Her first foray into the women space came in 2014, when she founded the company to offer women information on a range of topics, including health, fitness and wellness, diet and weight management, and personal care.
Today, CloudXX focuses on health and fitness.
The health and lifestyle segment has a strong focus on women’s well-being and wellness issues.
The site has a section dedicated to women who have lost weight, and a section on men who have also lost weight.
Fischbach said CloudXX is a women’s product company, and the company is looking to partner with other companies to develop other women-focused products.
“There’s a lot of interest in our product,” Frischbach said.
She said Cloudxx will focus on providing women with more information about the health and health issues they’re most concerned about.
One of the first products on the platform, which launches next week, will provide information on how to keep weight in check.
Frischer said the platform will provide an overview of how to prevent and manage obesity and diabetes.
There are more than 200,000 women using the site.
According to the company’s most recent financial results, it generated $1 million in revenue in the first quarter, and generated $6.6 million in net income for the year.
Despite the growth of women-centric companies, Fischbrach said there are still some barriers to women getting information about health and personal wellness.
Fitchbach said it’s a challenge to bring information to women, especially when the women are in the minority.
For example, when women talk about their symptoms, they often don’t have a sense of what they’re going through.
“We want to be able to give people information so that they can make the right choices and take the right steps to prevent these conditions,” Fitchbach explained.
To that end, the company plans to work with other health and nutrition companies to produce additional products that focus on a specific segment of the market.
“I think this is going to be an industry where people are going to find more of an opportunity,” Fischbach added.