Indian insurtech startup Zopper snaps up $75M in Collection C funding
Zopper, an insurance coverage tech startup in New Delhi, has raised $75 million in a Collection C funding spherical led by Creaegis. The spherical was additionally participated by ICICI Enterprise, Bessemer Enterprise Companions, and its present investor Blume Ventures.
The corporate operates an API platform for insurance coverage infrastructure and delivers small, personalised insurance coverage merchandise from accomplice insurers to distribution companions.
Since launching in 2011, Zopper has partnered with over 150 firms from varied industries and is now current in over 1,200 cities in India with a objective to democratise entry to insurance coverage distribution.
Its new funds, in line with a report by Tech Crunch, can be used to extend its headcount and look into alternatives to amass different startups.
RaphaCure launches cellular company well being app
Well being expertise agency RaphaCure has gone dwell with its cellular well being and wellness app for company workers.
Launched on Android and iOS gadgets, the brand new RaphaCure app hosts the corporate’s company wellness choices.
“Company clients can now search, join, and e book RaphaCure’s a number of company well being and wellness packages from their cellular gadgets,” mentioned CEO and founder Jeyakumar.
Primarily based on a press launch, RaphaCure seeks to seize the rising company well being and wellness market in India, which is estimated to be price $6.7 billion.
The app launch comes two months after it launched RaphaNeu, its on-line psychological healthcare service bundle for the training sector.
HealthEM.AI helps dentists’ decision-making with knowledge analytics
Well being knowledge analytics firm HealthEM.AI has partnered with US-based dental service organisation Marquee Dental Companions.
The partnership goals to equip dentists with insights from affected person knowledge, in the end enhancing medical outcomes.
“Our objective is to effectively arm medical doctors with a set of insights relating to every affected person’s present general and oral well being. Insights which are predictive in nature enable medical doctors to take preventative steps immediately to keep away from future well being issues,” defined Marquee CEO Fred Ward.
“HealthEM.AI helps Marquee unlock worth from affected person and operations knowledge and offers significant insights for decision-making that profit sufferers and enhance medical outcomes,” added Pradeep Kumar Jain, chief product officer of the Bengaluru-based firm.