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Zoojoo.be raises $1 mn from US-based RoundGlass Partners

Company to use funds for product enhancements

BS Reporter  |  Bengaluru 

has raised $1 million (Rs 6.4 crore) from US-based venture capital fund  

builds web and mobile-based apps that use gamification and social collaboration to help users form healthy habits.

The investment will be used for product enhancements, said the Bengaluru-based startup incubated at NS Raghavan Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (NSRCEL) at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.

The app targets enterprises to create healthy habits among its employees. The platform has over 35,000 users across clients like Mindtree, Unisys, GE, etc and has operations in India and the UAE.

Avinash Saurabh, co-founder and chief executive officer of zoojoo.be, said: "Our mission is to measurably and quantifiably improve the wellbeing and happiness level of the workforce."

"I believe that Zoojoo.be's wellness app with its behavior changing approach will help users bring a positive change in their habits. The solution with its incentive models and personalised wellness plans will revolutionise the approach of individuals towards their personal wellbeing," said Gurpreet Singh, founder of Seattle-based  

The venture firm focuses on startups to make healthcare more accessible and affordable for the masses.

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Zoojoo.be raises $1 mn from US-based RoundGlass Partners

Company to use funds for product enhancements

Zoojoo.be, a gamification platform for healthy habit formation, has raised $1 million (~6.4 crore) from US-based venture capital fund RoundGlass Partners. zoojoo.be builds web and mobile-based apps that use gamification and social collaboration to help users form healthy habits. The investment will primarily be used for product enhancements, said the Bengaluru-based startup incubated at NS Raghavan Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (NSRCEL) at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.The zoojoo.be app targets enterprises to create healthy habits among its employees. The platform has over 35,000 users across clients like Mindtree, Unisys, GE, etc and has operations in India and the UAE. Individuals can use the socially-oriented fun game of zoojoo.be to challenge and compete with their colleagues and co-workers and results in formation of healthy habits that are primarily targeted at healthy eating, fitness, mindfulness and work-life balance. The habits are set up as virtual ...
has raised $1 million (Rs 6.4 crore) from US-based venture capital fund  

builds web and mobile-based apps that use gamification and social collaboration to help users form healthy habits.

The investment will be used for product enhancements, said the Bengaluru-based startup incubated at NS Raghavan Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (NSRCEL) at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.

The app targets enterprises to create healthy habits among its employees. The platform has over 35,000 users across clients like Mindtree, Unisys, GE, etc and has operations in India and the UAE.

Avinash Saurabh, co-founder and chief executive officer of zoojoo.be, said: "Our mission is to measurably and quantifiably improve the wellbeing and happiness level of the workforce."

"I believe that Zoojoo.be's wellness app with its behavior changing approach will help users bring a positive change in their habits. The solution with its incentive models and personalised wellness plans will revolutionise the approach of individuals towards their personal wellbeing," said Gurpreet Singh, founder of Seattle-based  

The venture firm focuses on startups to make healthcare more accessible and affordable for the masses.

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Zoojoo.be raises $1 mn from US-based RoundGlass Partners

Company to use funds for product enhancements

has raised $1 million (Rs 6.4 crore) from US-based venture capital fund  

builds web and mobile-based apps that use gamification and social collaboration to help users form healthy habits.

The investment will be used for product enhancements, said the Bengaluru-based startup incubated at NS Raghavan Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (NSRCEL) at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.

The app targets enterprises to create healthy habits among its employees. The platform has over 35,000 users across clients like Mindtree, Unisys, GE, etc and has operations in India and the UAE.

Avinash Saurabh, co-founder and chief executive officer of zoojoo.be, said: "Our mission is to measurably and quantifiably improve the wellbeing and happiness level of the workforce."

"I believe that Zoojoo.be's wellness app with its behavior changing approach will help users bring a positive change in their habits. The solution with its incentive models and personalised wellness plans will revolutionise the approach of individuals towards their personal wellbeing," said Gurpreet Singh, founder of Seattle-based  

The venture firm focuses on startups to make healthcare more accessible and affordable for the masses.

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