Gurugram-based Healthtech Startup Breathe Well-being Raises $1 Million In Funding
Breathe Well-being, a Gurugram-based healthtech startup, has raised $1 million in pre-Series A round led by 3one4 Capital.
Ashish Gupta (former Managing Director of Helion Ventures and investor with platforms like Flipkart, MakeMyTrip, and naukri.com), Anjali Bansal (Founder of Avaana Capital), Suhail Sameer (Group President of BharatPe) also participated in the funding round.
As per the startup, it will use the funds to strengthen its coaching academy, build the core team, and upgrade its technology platform.
Started by Aditya Kaicker and Rohan Verma, Breathe Well-being, through its clinically proven digital program, helps people prevent, manage or reverse Type 2 Diabetes.
Breathe Well-being also helps organisations increase employee engagement, productivity, retention and decrease healthcare costs.
Speaking on the development, Rohan Verma, Co-founder and CEO of Breathe Well-being, said,
“Our programme addresses 70 million diabetic people who feel that they have no choice but to stay on medications. This number is set to touch 130 million by 2025. The current fundraise comes at a crucial point in our journey as we are seeing significant traction both on the users’ and coaches’ side. The funds raised will help us grow our capabilities both from tech and coaches’ perspective and also enable us to scale exponentially.”
Backed by Y Combinator, the Gurugram-based healthtech startup claims to have impacted over 10,000 users to lose weight, reduce blood sugar, and prevent other health complications.
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