Health-tech startup SeeDoc has raised around $1 million funding in pre-Series A round and online apparel rental firm Flyrobe has received $1.7 million in seed funding. Law firm HSA Advocates has appointed a new partner while Mercer India has roped in Preeti Chandrashekhar as business leader.
SeeDoc raises around $1m in pre-Series A round
Gurgaon-based health-tech startup SeeDoc, run by Healthone Technology Pvt. Ltd, has raised around $1 million (around Rs 6.7 crore) in pre-Series A round led by YourNest, an early stage venture capital fund.
Some other unnamed investors also took part in the round, VCCircle reported citing YourNest’s founder Sunil Goyal.
Founded in 2015, SeeDoc is an app-based online medical consultation platform.
Mumbai-based Online apparel rental firm Flyrobe receives $1.7m
Flyrobe, an online apparel rental firm run by Omapal Technologies Pvt. Ltd, has received around $1.7 million (Rs 11.3 crore) in seed funding.
The round was led by Sequoia Capital. Snapdeal founders Rohit Bansal and Kunal Bahl, and FreeCharge founders Sandeep Tandon and Kunal Shah also participated.
Mercer India ropes in Preeti Chandrashekhar as business leader
Mercer India has roped in Preeti Chandrashekhar as the India business leader for benefits, the company said on Tuesday.
Preeti, who joined Mercer from Willis Towers Watsons, has experience in global benefits management, trust governance and compliance, and M&A.
“This (benefits leader) is an important domain for Mercer across our retirement and health lines of business, and I am looking forward to Preeti focusing on expanding our footprint in the market by bringing more of Mercer’s innovative solutions to our clients here,” Anish Sarkar, country leader, Mercer India, said in the statement.
Preeti earned M Sc and M Phil in statistics from University of Delhi.
HSA Advocates names Bharat Sharma as partner
Bharat Sharma, a partner at Naik Naik & Co, has joined law firm HSA Advocates (HSA) for its corporate practice, according to a company’s statement.
With this new appointment, the law firm has now 12 partners in the company’s corporate commercial practice.
“We want to consolidate and grow our existing areas of practice. The firm already provides the full suite of legal services and now the time has come to expand these areas and be at the forefront of the legal service providers in each of our practice areas,” said Hemant Sahai, founding partner of HSA.
Sharma holds an LLB from K C Law College, University of Mumbai.