Women’s health platform Gytree.com on January 11 raised funding led by Biocon's Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, Rainmatter Investments, former chief executive officer of Aditya Birla Capital Ajay Srinivasan, and Anubhuti Sharma of San Francisco-based Millie Clinic among others.
"We will be using the funds to offer more diverse health services for women, adding more health tools for women's dashboard and scaling and expanding services focussed on women in the workplace," Swarnima Bhattacharya, chief product officer of Gytree told Moneycontrol.
The startup said the maiden funding round will help build and grow the platform at a time when working women in India increasingly quit the workforce due to health-related issues. Gytree, however, did not disclose the amount raised.
Founded by Shaili Chopra, Gytree uses technology to provide women with a dashboard, experts, and personalised care for better health outcomes. The virtual platform gives consumers services around the core offering of gynaecology, including mental health support, nutrition counseling, and regular digital health checks, the company said.