Online community platform for women Sheroes has acquired Bengaluru-based women's health app "Maya" in an all-stock deal.
The acquisition would help Sheroes become the "deepest women's platform, globally, with over 14 million members" and also "to reach 100 million in due course", Sheroes said in a statement.
Started in 2014, the health app Maya enables women to keep track of their health through a mobile application.
"The platform (Maya) is accessible in 14 international and vernacular languages (including Hindi and Tamil) and is actively used by women users in over 20 countries," it said.
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