Health-tech startup funding hits all-time high of $510 million in 20182 min read 11 Nov 2018, 10:03 PM IST
$510 million has been invested across 80 health-tech startups, led by PharmEasy, Curefit and Netmeds, amid rising focus on affordable healthcare in India
Mumbai: Venture capital investment in home-grown health-tech startups in 2018 is at an all-time high with continuing investor interest, data from Tracxn Technologies shows. So far, $510 million has been invested across 80 health-tech startups, led by medicine ordering website PharmEasy, which raised $115 million across three rounds this year. Other significant funding rounds include fitness startup Curefit raising $100 million from IDG Ventures, and online pharmacy Netmeds securing a $35 million round led by Cambodian investor DPC Group.
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