It’s a long road to the top, but these start-ups
are making steps to get there.
Bangalore-based healthtech start-up Tricog
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.
Gadget and mobile phone repair start-up Repaireasy
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) Leh Leh Sports:
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.
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