Arcatron Mobility, a tech start- up, has raised an undisclosed funding led by Sudhir Mehta, Harish Mehta and Ketan Dalal from the Indian Angel Network (IAN).
The company manufactures next generation devices to make assisted-living more dignified and safe.
Founded in 2015 by four NIT Calicut alumni, Arcatron will use the funds raised for the production launch of Frido, an innovative self-driven shower and commode wheelchair, which fits in a suitcase, IAN said in a statement here.
In addition, funds will be utilised to set up online and offline sales channels across major cities in India and filing of IP for future products like the Frido Lite, it said.
GoDaddy names Nikhil Arora as new VC and MD for India
GoDaddy, a cloud platform dedicated to small independent ventures, today announced the appointment of Nikhil Arora as Vice-President and Managing Director for India.
Arora is expected to lead corporate strategy, business development and customer experience for GoDaddy in India.
Prior to joining GoDaddy, Arora led the Asia and India operations for WeWork and was also former VP and MD of Intuit India, GoDaddy said in a statement here.
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