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BeYouPlus Raises Funding from Fortis Healthcare President
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BeYouPlus Raises Funding from Fortis Healthcare President

BeYouPlus, a Delhi-based health and wellness startup raised a funding round worth Rs 50 Lakhs from Fortis Healthcare’s president Daljit Singh who already invested in the company previously. The firm, which is headed by Dermacy Healthcare Private Limited, first allotted 14,664 equity shares at Rs 10 each for a premium of Rs 330.99 a share. A little more than a year ago, BeYouPlus, then known as MyDermacy raised a Pre-Series A round of funding from Chinese Venture Capital firm, Cyber Carrier for 15% equity shares of the company. BeYouPlus, founded in 2014 by Ankit Khurana is a beauty, cosmetic, and personal healthcare app that allows its user to share their skin, hair and cosmetic concerns with the company via their mobile app, and the firm will then provide quality treatments from app...
PolicyBazaar Steps in the Health-Tech Market
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PolicyBazaar Steps in the Health-Tech Market

PolicyBazaar, the most utilized insurance website and comparison portal, is envisaging stepping in the healthcare technology and services market. This initiative comes in a bid to provide its client-base with a reliable and free-of-cost online access to the website’s selection of quality doctors and medical consultants. At the outset, Policy will begin partnering with 100 hospitals and 20,000 doctors, diagnostic centers and clinics until the end of March 2019. The vertical integration into healthcare will include offering a variety of healthcare services as well including hospital concierge services for its health insurance customers. This will then allow PolicyBazaar to be by the side of its customers at the perfect time, which is at the time of claims. “Our foray into the health...
Indian School of Business Inks Pact With Sap India For Startups
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Indian School of Business Inks Pact With Sap India For Startups

The Indian School of Business (ISB) and SAP Labs India have entered into a collaboration to nurture technology-based startups in the social space, focusing on ventures which are working in areas that have relevance to national priorities. According to a statement issued by the ISB, titled Jumpstart Social Enterprise Accelerator, the programme aims to identify and support 10 early stage and 5 growth stage promising ventures by providing guidance, mentorship and scaling up their technology solutions that can bring about a large scale impact in the lives of common people. "Through this initiative, we are supporting in creating investible and growth oriented social enterprises which can contribute to the economic development of our country," said Dilipkumar Khandelwal, Managing Director of...
Healthcare Service Aggregator Click2Clinic Raises $850k From A Group Of Angel Investors
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Healthcare Service Aggregator Click2Clinic Raises $850k From A Group Of Angel Investors

Health-tech startup Click2Clinic has recently raised around Rs 5.4 crore ($850,000) from a group of angel investors in the US and Malaysia, a company statement said. With this investment, Click2Clinic has acquired Wellness Home Health Care, an agency which offers home health care services in Bengaluru, for approximately Rs 4 crore in an all-stock deal. Founded by Chalapathi Naik and Rajneesh Chakravarthy, Wellness’ scope of services includes nursing, vital check-ups, wound dressing, nebulisation, medications, and bed bath by qualified health nurses. The Hyderabad-based Click2Clinic, which aggregates hospitals, diagnostic firms, pharmacies and ambulance services, will use the funds to strengthen its product offering and expand its services to new markets. Click2Clinic, which has...