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3 rising start-ups in India

From a healthtech start-up to an amateur sports portal, Tech in Asia shines the light on up-and-coming names

Kylee McIntyre I Tech in Asia 

Future imperfect for Indian startups

It’s a long road to the top, but these are making steps to get there. 

1) Tricog:

Bangalore-based healthtech start-up Health Services has raised an undisclosed amount of series A funding from Inventus Capital Partners, Blume Ventures, and a clutch of angel investors. 

partners with healthcare providers, and installs a cloud-connected electrocardiogram (ECG), which measures the rhythm of the heart to determine its health.

When a doctor takes a patient’s ECG, the information is sent via cloud to a hub with experts who can read and interpret the ECG readings. The specialist can then send the evaluation back to the patient’s caretaker via SMS and a message on the start-up’s mobile app.

also offers help interpreting ECGs via built-in algorithms and data. It can send medical professionals to a patient’s home or help transfer a patient between medical facilities.

2) Repaireasy:

Gadget and mobile phone repair start-up has raised $275,000 in pre-series A funding from investors in and out of India, including Morris Street Advisors and former vice-chairman of JM Morgan Stanley P Krishnamurthy.

will concentrate on launching 10 to 12 hubs across India. 

Through the start-up’s online portal, users can get a variety of gadgets repaired, like laptops and tablets. The company also caters to corporates with services like corporate security and consultation on IT upgrades. 
3 rising start-ups in India

3) Leh Leh Sports:

has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Anglican Omega Network chairman Sunny Narang. Sunny invested in a personal capacity.

Run by Leh Leh 7 Entertainment Solutions, it helps amateur sports players find space, partners, and teams to play with.

It competes with Athletto, Play Your Sport, goSporto, and Playo.

This is an excerpt from Tech in Asia. You can read the full article here

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3 rising start-ups in India

From a healthtech start-up to an amateur sports portal, Tech in Asia shines the light on up-and-coming names

From a healthtech start-up to an amateur sports portal, Tech in Asia shines the light on up-and-coming names
It’s a long road to the top, but these are making steps to get there. 

1) Tricog:

Bangalore-based healthtech start-up Health Services has raised an undisclosed amount of series A funding from Inventus Capital Partners, Blume Ventures, and a clutch of angel investors. 

partners with healthcare providers, and installs a cloud-connected electrocardiogram (ECG), which measures the rhythm of the heart to determine its health.

When a doctor takes a patient’s ECG, the information is sent via cloud to a hub with experts who can read and interpret the ECG readings. The specialist can then send the evaluation back to the patient’s caretaker via SMS and a message on the start-up’s mobile app.

also offers help interpreting ECGs via built-in algorithms and data. It can send medical professionals to a patient’s home or help transfer a patient between medical facilities.

2) Repaireasy:

Gadget and mobile phone repair start-up has raised $275,000 in pre-series A funding from investors in and out of India, including Morris Street Advisors and former vice-chairman of JM Morgan Stanley P Krishnamurthy.

will concentrate on launching 10 to 12 hubs across India. 

Through the start-up’s online portal, users can get a variety of gadgets repaired, like laptops and tablets. The company also caters to corporates with services like corporate security and consultation on IT upgrades. 
3 rising start-ups in India

3) Leh Leh Sports:

has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Anglican Omega Network chairman Sunny Narang. Sunny invested in a personal capacity.

Run by Leh Leh 7 Entertainment Solutions, it helps amateur sports players find space, partners, and teams to play with.

It competes with Athletto, Play Your Sport, goSporto, and Playo.

This is an excerpt from Tech in Asia. You can read the full article here

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3 rising start-ups in India

From a healthtech start-up to an amateur sports portal, Tech in Asia shines the light on up-and-coming names

It’s a long road to the top, but these are making steps to get there. 

1) Tricog:

Bangalore-based healthtech start-up Health Services has raised an undisclosed amount of series A funding from Inventus Capital Partners, Blume Ventures, and a clutch of angel investors. 

partners with healthcare providers, and installs a cloud-connected electrocardiogram (ECG), which measures the rhythm of the heart to determine its health.

When a doctor takes a patient’s ECG, the information is sent via cloud to a hub with experts who can read and interpret the ECG readings. The specialist can then send the evaluation back to the patient’s caretaker via SMS and a message on the start-up’s mobile app.

also offers help interpreting ECGs via built-in algorithms and data. It can send medical professionals to a patient’s home or help transfer a patient between medical facilities.

2) Repaireasy:

Gadget and mobile phone repair start-up has raised $275,000 in pre-series A funding from investors in and out of India, including Morris Street Advisors and former vice-chairman of JM Morgan Stanley P Krishnamurthy.

will concentrate on launching 10 to 12 hubs across India. 

Through the start-up’s online portal, users can get a variety of gadgets repaired, like laptops and tablets. The company also caters to corporates with services like corporate security and consultation on IT upgrades. 
3 rising start-ups in India

3) Leh Leh Sports:

has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Anglican Omega Network chairman Sunny Narang. Sunny invested in a personal capacity.

Run by Leh Leh 7 Entertainment Solutions, it helps amateur sports players find space, partners, and teams to play with.

It competes with Athletto, Play Your Sport, goSporto, and Playo.

This is an excerpt from Tech in Asia. You can read the full article here

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