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Gurgaon-Based Healthtech Startup Clinikally Secures $2.6 Million Funding to Enhance Telehealth Offerings

Written by : Nikita Saha

September 29, 2023

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Reportedly, Clinikally will use the funds to strengthen its tele-health technology and upgrade omnichannel capabilities through collaborations with offline clinics.

Healthtech startup Clinikally has raised $2.6 million in a funding round from a clutch of investors including Y Combinator, Tribe Capital, Goodwater Capital, Sequoia Scout Fund, and Rebel Fund.

The current round also saw participation from Arash Ferdowsi, cofounder, Dropbox, CRED's Kunal Shah, Austen Allred, founder, BloomTech. former Y Combinator COO & Applied Intuition cofounder Qasar Younis, Bluejeans Network cofounder Alagu Periyannan, Athelas founders Tanay Tandon and Deepika Bodapati and Tilt founder James Beshara.

Reportedly, Clinikally will use the funds to strengthen its telehealth technology and upgrade omnichannel capabilities through collaborations with offline clinics.

Clinically's strategic plan encompasses expanding its reach in Tier II, III and IV cities, while simultaneously establishing doorstep delivery across all Tier I cities in India. Additionally, the startup aims to add 250 partner clinics to its network as part of its growth strategy.

Founded in 2021 by Arjun Soin, the Gurgaon-based startup focuses on dermatology and wellness care in India. The healthtech startup connects consumers with licensed practitioners who recommend products and personalised treatment plans. It has served 450,000 users across 500 cities to date.

Earlier the healthcare platform had secured $500,000 in funding and is backed by the likes of Shutterstock CEO and founder Jon Oringer's Parento Holdings, ReNew Power founder Sumant Sinha, MapMyGenome founder Anu Acharya, Neapean Capital founder Gautam Trivedi, among others.

The Indian digital healthcare space has witnessed a slew of funding deals. One such instance is Peping, a Bengaluru-based digital healthcare clinic which closed a funding round of $400,000 led by Better Capital.

Likewise, FlexifyMe raised $1 million in seed funding led by Flipkart ventures. The funds are to be utilised to further enhance the AI motion coach, making it available in local languages.


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