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Cure.fit plans expansion in India to go global in 2019, says Mukesh Bansal

Mukesh Bansal, founder of Myntra, and former Flipkart top executive Ankit Nagori, on Monday, raised $120 million

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Bibhu Ranjan Mishra Debasis Mohapatra
Cure.fit, a health tech and wellness start-up promoted by Mukesh Bansal, founder of Myntra, and former Flipkart top executive Ankit Nagori, on Monday raised $120 million, one of the biggest early-stage funding in recent time. In a conversation with Bibhu Ranjan Mishra and Debasis Mohapatra, Bansal says the firm is on an expansion spree in India and will go global in 2019. Edited excerpts:


What does this funding round mean for you?


This is our third round, which is one of the largest early-stage funding in the country. This shows the traction we have been able to see in the last two

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First Published: Jul 31 2018 | 5:31 AM IST

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