Healthcare startup Imedilane has raised $40,000 in angel investment and education tech firm Vahan has raised funds of an undisclosed amount from Vilgro.
Healthtech startup Imedilane raises $40k angel investment
Delhi-based healthcare startup Imedilane has raised $40,000 from angel investors Mahendra Patel, an ex-army officer, and businessman Nilender Chauhan, according to a report in The Economic Times.
Imedilane, which focuses on telemedicine, helps users to search, book appointments and consult online at one go with the experienced health professionals.
“Most of the best healthcare practitioners are in metro cities, so we decided to start a virtual consultation platform to cater to smaller cities and towns in the country,“ Founder Shakti Anand said.
Startup incubator Vilgro backs edtech firm Vahan
Started in October 2015, Vahan helps adults from low-income groups improve their spoken English skills. The startup is currently is piloting its product with the NGO Magic Bus and skills development social enterprise LabourNet services.
The Vahan app works on both feature phones and smartphones and provides contextual and customizable experience for users.
Villgro has partnered with Micahel and Susan Dell Foundation which is an anchor investor for its education technology initiatives.