Fitness Startup Curefit Raises 15 Million

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July 04, 2016: Curefit, Health and fitness start up founded by former Flipkart top executives Mukesh Bansal and Ankit Nagori, has raised $15 million from Accel Partners, IDG Ventures and Kalaari Capital.

“Healthcare is one of the largest growing segments in India. We aim to build out an innovative product which will help the consumers manage their Health proactively with heavy use of technology and data,” said Mukesh Bansal.

CureFit will be a platform which will enable the users to manage their health proactively, Mukesh Bansal said. The product will be launched in 2017.

“Currently there are multiple service offerings available in the market in a fragmented manner, but none of them lets users manage their health needs end to end. CureFit is end to end solution that will enable users to take full control of their health to improve the quality of life and reduce long term healthcare costs,” said Nagori.

CureFit, which will launch in the first quarter of 2017 plans to be a combination of engagement, coaching and delivery through a mix of online and offline channels addressing curative healthcare.

Commenting on the new round of funding, Subrata Mitra, Partner, Accel Partners said, “We believe that pro-active health management is a large space, and requires the right mix of online & offline expertise to master, which we believe this team can effectively put together.”

Vani Kola, Managing director at Kalaari Capital, joins the board of the company after the investment.

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