Days after expanding its reach to Dubai, CureFit, a fitness startup has raised worth $120 million (approx ₹800 crore) in series D round funding, cited Inc42. The round was led by the startup’s existing investors Chiratae Ventures, Accel Partners, Kalaari Capital, and Oaktree Capital.
While, other investors that were the part of the round were Unilever Ventures, Epiq Capital, Innoven Capital, and Kotak Mahindra Bank. The company will use these fresh funds to boost its expansion plans in India and abroad.
“Health habits of consumers has changed over the past few years and the need for new tech driven approach is a need for a much better consumer experience. Curefit has created a unique platform and category to help meet this demand and to become the go to destination for all health needs for India. Leveraging deep tech and strong on-ground network, we aspire to service over 100 Mn consumers over next 10 years”, Mukesh Bansal, founder of CureFit said.
The company started with fitness chain Cult.Fit and then also expanded into food delivery platform Eat.Fit, diagnostic services unit Care.Fit and wellness unit Mind.Fit.
Furthermore, at present, the company to have over 180 Cult physical fitness centres and around 35 Mind.Fit centres spread across six Indian cities including Mumbai, Chennai, Jaipur, Bengaluru, Delhi NCR, and Hyderabad. It’s looking to expand to 50 Indian cities with 800 centres by 2020.
Moreover, the company claimed to to have 500K active Curefit subscribers along with Eat.fit servicing over 35K meals per day.