Healthcare and fitness startup Curefit has scooped up Rs 4.18 crore in a new funding round that saw participation by new investors Binny Bansal (Flipkart cofounder) and Ananth Narayanan (Myntra-Jabong CEO). The fresh round of funding has come barely months after the Bengaluru based startup raised $10 million in a debt financing round led by HDFC and Axis banks.
Neither Curefit nor Bansal and Narayanan have commented on the latest funding round.
Curefit is one of those few startups that has been least affected by the ongoing funding drought in the Indian startup ecosystem. In fact, the Bengaluru headquartered startup has completely defied the funding odds and has emerged as one of the most funded startups in the country.
Curefit’s joyous tryst with investors has entailed in costly acquisition sprees and even signing Bollywood superstar Hrithik Roshan as their brand ambassador. While some experts have raised concerns about heavy cash burns due to these splurging activities, co-founders Mukesh Bansal and Ankit Nagori have shrugged off such concerns.
Curefit aiming to revolutionize Healthcare and fitness
Curefit is targeted at gentnext people as well as those following urban cosmopolitan lifestyle as these people are known for taking healthcare and fitness matters for granted. This is mostly thanks to their fast-paced and highly lives.
Curefit is aiming to make difference into their lives by virtue of their three product offering: eatfit, cultfit and mindfit.
Eatfit offers the most healthy as well as delicious food, cultfit helps you to stay fit and healthy through their fitness centers while mindfit is all about keeping your mind peace and calm via meditation and yoga lessons.
Customers can avail all these services by downloading Curefit app on their Android and IOS phones.
Curefit currently offers services only at Bengaluru, Delhi NCR and few other cities.