Spill

Founded 2017
Employees 30+
Primary contact
57 Dalston Ln
E8 2NG London
United Kingdom
Spill has developed a video therapy platform for employees that integrates with Slack and MS Teams. Participating companies pay a monthly subscription for access to the platform, which spots anyone who's not feeling great and prompts them to access mental health support — whether that's booking a video therapy session, messaging a therapist, or accessing relevant tools and content. Spill dubs its service to be everything that the NHS, private health insurance, and employee assistance programmes aren't - super easy to access, actually used by lots of people, and 100% stigma-free.
Select clients: Typeform, Citymapper, Hello Fresh, Depop, Beauty Pie, Cleo, Bloom & Wild, dojo, charlieHR, sumup, Freetrade, IDEO, Acast.
Founded 2017
Employees 30+
Primary contact
57 Dalston Ln
E8 2NG London
United Kingdom

Funding 💰

Total $3.5M
Select investors Ada Ventures, Passion Capital, Ascension, Google for Startups, Seedcamp, Future Fund

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Highlights ⭐

  • Top-notch therapists: All the therapists on Spill are fully qualified and registered (with the BACP, NCS, UKCP or equivalent) and have at least 200 hours of clinical experience. The company prides itself on an intense five-stage hiring process that currently only 5% of therapist applicants make it through. That technically makes it harder for a therapist to get into Spill than it does for a student with top A-Level grades to get into Oxford, as Oxford accepts 17.5% of the best applicants.
  • Multilingual support: Spill provides therapy in many languages, including English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Polish, Armenian, Punjabi, Russian and Ukrainian.
  • Fast growth: Since launching its product in January 2020, Spill has grown from 0 to over 500 progressive companies - including big names like Typeform, Citymapper, Hello Fresh and Depop.
  • Media love: The company has been featured in the press in many places, including the BBC, UK Tech Investment News, and The Independent, among others.

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Last update: April 15, 2023