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FitMeIn Raises Funding from Japanese digital healthcare company FiNC

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L-R Yasuro ken Koizumi (FiNC), Vikram Upadhyaya (GHV Accelerator), Vishesh Goel (FitMeIn) and Lucas Hanell (FiNC)

13 December 2016, India :

Online multi-studio fitness membership FitMeIn has raised an undisclosed amount of Pre-Series A funding from Japanese digital healthcare company FiNC. Current investors GHV also chipped in the round.

Owned and operated by Pasta Lifestyle Solution Private Limited, FitMeIn was founded back in 2015 by Nidhisha Varshney, Lalit Singh and Vishesh Goel.

Vishesh Goel, COO, FitMeIn said, “FiNC and FitMeIn will play to their respective strategic strengths and, technical and marketing expertise that concerns the fitness segment, developing exciting products and services for the benefit of our subscribers.”

Yuji Mizoguchi, CEO of FiNC said, “In expanding to markets outside Japan, strong local partners are essential. In addition to this, sharing a common vision and rapid growth were key decision factors in our decision to invest in and partner with FitMeIn. With this partnership, we hope to contribute to the solution of large health issues in India such as diabetes and obesity.”

FitMeIn provides access to the best fitness studios and gyms across locations in Delhi/NCR. It is all about flexibility and ease of working out. It gives you options to choose any workout of your choice or preference from a variety of options available, anywhere anytime across our listed locations. (Image- FitMeIn)

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