Celes Care raises seed fund of $1mn from Endiya Partners1 year ago Sravya Gowrisetty
“Access to good health and care shouldn’t depend on where you live.”
Celes Care, a Hyderabad based startup, is India’s first virtual health clinic for women available both as an app and web platform. Celes.care provides access to licensed women’s healthcare professionals on all 7 days of the week and also provides an option to digitise your healthcare data and store is securely .
Celes Care raised $1 million ( Rs.6.7 crore) in seed round funding from early-stage venture capital firm Endiya Partners and a few other individuals. Endiya Partners work on encouraging startups in technology, healthcare and customer service sectors.
Raghu Bathina and Rajah Koppala founded CelesCare in 2015. Raghu Bathina holds a master degree in computer engineering and is also the Director of HAPPI, an NGO raising health awareness about NCDs in India. Rajah Koppala, Vascular interventional radiologist in Hyderabad & owner of AVIS Hospital, is the chief Medical Director of CelesCare.
The Company aims to use the funds for technological enhancement, marketing and brand building. Kudos to CelesCare for the ideology and implementation of this platform, and receiving the seed fund. Startuphyderabad.com congratulates for the achievement and wishes good luck for more innovation and great work in the healthcare industry.