Healthtech platform Watch Your Health, four other consumer brands raise early-stage funding

Three co-founders, Anupam Arya, Sandeep Sharma, and Vijay Sharma, have successfully raised early-stage funding for their respective companies. The B2B healthtech startup, Watch Your Health, secured $5 million in a funding round co-led by Cornerstone Ventures and Conquest Global Ventures. The funds will be used to expand the user base, grow sales teams, and improve technological infrastructure. Founded in 2015 and headquartered in Mumbai, Watch Your Health improves customer engagement for insurers and pharmaceutical companies by enhancing the capabilities of their consumer apps and providing data-based insights.

Another startup, Fabriclore, raised $1.6 million from PeerCapital and the Regal Group. This funding will be used to expand in India, the Middle East, Europe, and the USA, and to develop its technology stack for operational streamlining and improved customer experience. Fabriclore, founded in 2016, is a tech-based fabric-sourcing platform for fashion businesses, providing made-to-order solutions including fabric discovery, design, dyeing, printing, and quality inspection.

Amocare, an intimate wellness brand, raised $400,000 in pre-seed funding from investors like Faad Network and AngelBay Holdings. The funds will be used for product expansion, customer acquisition, and increased awareness. Amocare offers a range of products including gummies, effervescent tablets, intimate washes, and lubricants, and aims to expand to geographies such as Eastern Europe and the UK.

Lastly, direct-to-consumer healthy foods brand Supply6 secured investments from international cricketer AB De Villiers, who also joined the company as brand ambassador. Founded in January 2019, Supply6 is a Bengaluru-based health food and convenience brand, with its flagship product, “Supply6 360”, addressing common deficiencies in Vitamin D, B12, and gut health. The co-founder and CEO, Vaibhav Bhandari, explained that the insight to create Supply6 360 came from noticing many customers with deficiencies and gut health issues in a crowded nutrition market.

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