New Delhi: iMumz, a pregnancy-focussed health-technology startup, has raised Rs 2.2 crore (a little over $300,000) in a funding round from a few investment firms.
Participants in this round include healthcare-focussed Enzia Ventures; Titan Capital, the firm set up by Snapdeal co-founders Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal; and early-stage platform AngelList.
iMumz, operated by Pruoo Healthcare Technologies Pvt Ltd, was set up by Ravi Teja Akondi, Mayur Dhurpate, Rajesh Jagasia, and Jaideep Malhotra.
The company says its app offers expectant mothers features such as exercise, diet, and nutrition-related services, with a focus on stress reduction and bonding with their child.
It also operates a chat engine that allows users to speak with doctors. iMumz says it is planning to enter the United States by March with wearable devices that will provide customized data-based insights.
“We believe in the diverse team of iMumz. They are on a very focused trajectory to become the go-to platform for pregnant women by helping them in their journey,” Titan Capital partner Bipin Shah said.