Bangalore based fitness startup, Curefit raised 75 million. The contributors behind this hefty sum are Anand Piramal from Piramal Group, Accel Growth, Kalaari Capital and IDG Ventures India. Ink42 published more details of the development today.

Accel Growth was in charge of the funding round with an investment around 200 crore. IDG Ventures gave 120 crore and Anand Piramal Family trust invested 75 lakh. Other contributors included Epiq Capital, Makan Family Trust and Hadley Family Trust.

At the end of the fundraising round, the startup had an investment of 245 million.

Curefit was established by Myntra co-founder Mukesh Bansal and former Flipkart executive Ankit Nagori in 2016. The aim of the company is to solve problem related to fitness, nutrition and mental well-being with a focus on technology.

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