Fastic raised $5 million in seed funding from angel investors including Rolf Schrömgens, Jan Beckers, Lawrence Leuschner and Benjamin Bak.

Germany Investments 06 October 2020
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Fastic, a Berlin, Germany-based software developer of a mobile consumer app used for intermittent fasting, announced raising a seed investment round of $5 million.

The money was raised from a range of angel investors from Germany, including Rolf Schrömgens, Robin Behlau, Jan Beckers, Lawrence Leuschner and Benjamin Bak. Proceeds will be used to push ahead with its US expansion, further develop the product and establish an international remote company.

Fastic, founded in 2019 by Sebastian Wettcke and Phil Wayman, developed a mobile app used for healthy fasting, with the objective to support users in having a new, healthy lifestyle with intermittent fasting, helping them take a strong stand against disordered eating and diet culture. The app has over 6 million downloads since their launch in April 2019.