Janitri secures $1.1 Mn
Healthtech startup Janitri has secured $1.1 million (Rs 9.01 crore) in a pre-Series A funding round led by India Accelerator, with participation from a host of investors including C-camp, Namita Thapar, O2 angels, Ashish Kacholia, IKP and others.
The Bengaluru-based startup will use the capital for scaling up its current product offering in hospitals and homes and acquiring relevant international regulatory approvals.
Founded in 2016, Janitri is a health tech startup that provides wearables and artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled solutions for pregnancy and labor vitals monitoring. It claims to be working with over 300 hospitals to date.
“Janitri’s devices are compact and portable, making it easier for expecting mothers to manage their pregnancy through these devices,” said Mona Singh, co-founder, India Accelerator.
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