StockMarketWire.com - Draper Esprit (GROW) made its first investment since successfully listing on AIM and the ESM in June. Draper Esprit invested £3.1 million to acquire a stake in Stockholm-based digital health company Lifesum. The company invested for the first time alongside Nokia Growth Partners, and existing investors Bauer Media and VC SparkLabs Global Ventures. Vishal Gulati, venture partner at Draper Esprit, will join the Lifesum board. Lifesum closed a $10m Series B funding round, which will fund international growth and further product development. Using both technology and psychology, Lifesum is committed to creating tailored plans to help people live happier, more balanced lives. Draper Esprit CEO Simon Cook said: "As we outlined during our IPO, we are looking to invest in high quality management teams with innovative digital technology from across all of Europe. "Scandanavia has produced many great digital success stories such as Spotify and the team at Lifesum has created a very powerful platform." Vishal Gulati said: "With the blurring of boundaries between wellness and illness we expect behaviour change to occupy a more central position in how we manage lifestyle related health impairments. "LifeSum offers a healthy living ecosystem which embraces users' lifestyle and offers an enjoyable way to live a healthier, longer life." Lifesum CEO Henrik Torstensson said: "We are delighted to welcome Draper Esprit and Nokia Growth Partners as investors in Lifesum, alongside our existing investors. "Their investment will help accelerate the company's next phase in becoming a truly global product and brand. "The support from our new partners, as leading tech investors, and experienced digital healthcare and wellbeing investors, will help us to meet our product development targets, while facilitating the continued growth of our European and US user bases." At 8:07am: (LON:GROW) Draper Esprit Plc share price was 0p at 302.5p Story provided by StockMarketWire.com