Funds raised will be used for team expansion, strengthening the coaching academy, scaling up the tech platform, and team expansion.
Y Combinator-backed Breathe Well-being has raised $1 million in a funding round led by 3one4 Capital among others. in a pre-Series A funding round led by. Marquee angel investors Sandeep Singhal, Ashish Gupta, and Stanford Angels and Entrepreneurs India also participated in this round. Y Combinator had invested earlier in the firm during 2020.
The Gurugram based start-up, Breathe Well-being has an app called ‘Breathe’ that helps people avoid and reverse type-2diabates. Funds raised will be used for team expansion, strengthening the coaching academy, scaling up the tech platform, and team expansion.
Started in 2020 by second-time co-founders in the healthcare space, Rohan Verma and Aditya Kaicker, Breathe has grown strength to strength at the rate of 30% per month, and has registered a 2200% increase in its membership base over a year.
Source: Business World