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The Founder of Meditation App Simple Habit Shares How She Finds Joy Amid Stress Yunha Kim shares how she keeps wellness a priority while she grows her company, which recently closed a $10 million series A funding round

By Nina Zipkin

Courtesy of Yunha Kim

Yunha Kim is the founder of the meditation app Simple Habit. Since launching the stress relief and wellness platform in 2016, the company has grown to serve more than 2.7 million users, received the 2018 Google Play Award for Best well-being app and in November 2018, she raised $10 million in Series A funding.

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