Prior to this, the Bengaluru-based start-up raised $9.5 million from Omidyar Network India, BabyTree Group, China's largest parenting platform, BAce Capital, a fund backed by Alibaba's Ant Financial Services Group, and angel investors.
Hiro Mashita-led Japanese investment firm M&S Partners has invested an undisclosed sum in Healofy, which the company claims is India's largest and fastest-growing women social network. Healofy connects millions of women across different stages of life - from getting married, to becoming a mother, and beyond.
Having started as a pregnancy and parenting community in 2016, Healofy seeks to empower women by enabling them to consume relatable information, create content, and showcase their skills sets. This peer-to-peer platform also enables women to connect and influence other like-minded women based on similar language, location, life-stage, as well as interests such as fashion, food, fitness, lifestyle, learning different skill sets and earning from home.
Prior to this, the Bengaluru-based start-up raised $9.5 million from
First Published: Oct 22 2019 | 7:48 PM IST