An Age-tech start-up named Sarathi Healthcare has raised INR 1 crore in seed funding from a panel of investors from Bharat investment company. The funding round also saw participation from angel investors and entrepreneurs.
The company is expecting even more funds during the upcoming few months. Started in 2020, by Lavender Singh Rathore, Aditi Poyam, and Amol Bagul; Sarathi (which means ‘companion’ in Hindi) took flight right in the middle of the pandemic. They specialize in healthcare services that bring medical services to the doorstep24X7. The platform aims to deliver and prioritize holistic health care for the elderly, by providing well-covered emergency, and preventive healthcare.
Sarathi plans to use these funds to finance its goals of 20x expansion and growth, by adding medical specialties as well as new towns to provide service. The start-up has already had a positive impact on over 5000 lives since its inception 8 months ago. They are currently backed by Marwari Catalysts Ventures, with the goal of facilitating economic developing and nurturing innovation in Tier II and Tier III cities of India.