Y Combinator, Tribe Capital, Other Invests $2.6 Mn In Gurugram-based Clinikally


Clinikally, the Gurugram-based healthtech startup, has secured USD 2.6 million in funding from investors, including Y Combinator, Tribe Capital, Goodwater Capital, Sequoia Scout Fund, and Rebel Fund.

Renowned angel investors, such as Dropbox Co-founder Arash Ferdowsi, CRED Founder Kunal Shah, and BloomTech Founder Austen Allred, also participated in this round.

Founded in 2021, Clinikally connects users with licensed dermatologists, offering personalized treatment plans for various dermatological conditions like acne, hair loss, hyperpigmentation, and more. The platform utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) to provide automated treatment plans based on condition-specific diagnostics.

This fresh funding injection will enable Clinikally to bolster its platform, enhancing its telehealth capabilities and expanding its AI-powered features. The startup aims to leverage these advancements to generate tailored product regimens, reinforcing user engagement and satisfaction.

Clinikally plans to extend its reach by sharing doctor-driven content through platforms like WhatsApp and its community blog.

Arjun Soin, Founder and CEO of Clinikally, a recent graduate from Stanford University and former healthcare researcher, leads the company’s mission to provide effective dermatological solutions.

This funding round follows Clinikally’s initial raise of USD 500,000, with support from prominent figures like Shutterstock CEO and Founder Jon Oringer’s Parento Holdings, ReNew Power Founder Sumant Sinha, MapMyGenome Founder Anu Acharya, and Neapean Capital Founder Gautam Trivedi.

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