Kolkata-bassd healthcare services aggregator-marketplace EasyBuyHealth, on Wednesday, said it has completed a successful round of seed funding of $350,000 (Rs.2.24 crore).
The platform, aiming to provide the uninsured and underserved segment of the Indian population equal access to diverse healthcare services, has received an overwhelming response from investors as well as medical community, Gagan Kapur, Co-Founder and CEO, said.
EasyBuyHealth plans to use the seed funding to double its team size to over 100 in the next six months and leverage the capital towards developing a technical framework to build an all-encompassing healthcare platform for services ranging from preventive, operative, diagnostic to wellness.
EasyBuyHealth investors comprised a diverse group of individuals from the business and medical community They included Mukesh Agarwal, an IIM Kolkata alumnus, owner of MGM Forgings and a serial angel investor in five innovative companies.
Founded in 2016 by Gagan Kapur, EasyBuyHealth has already associated with more than 662 brands in 11,000 locations across the country. From corporate to individual healthcare across urban and rural India, it aims to be a one-stop solution provider where users can discover, understand and avail the best healthcare services in a most convenient manner.
In January, PlanMyMedicalTrip, an online platform that offers international patients access to medical care in India and Turkey, had raised Rs 1.25 crore ($187,000) in angel funding.