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Bangalore-Based Gympik Raises USD 135K in Seed Funding


Bangalore based Gympik Health Solutions has raised USD 135,000 ( INR 85,62,375) in seed funding from a group of angel investors including, Capvent’s managing partners Tom Clausen and RohanAjila, and a manufacturing firm Haldyn Glass. The funding round also saw participation from Healthstart- an accelerator program dedicated to supporting start-ups in healthcare industry.

“The funds will be used for marketing, geographic expansion and for developing new features. It will also be used to enter newer verticals that also involve providing B2B software services to players in the fitness space,” said Ajay Pandey, co-founder and CEO, Gympik, as according to a report published by NextBigWhat. founded in December 2012 by Amaresh Ojha and Ajay Pandey, is an online marketplace for fitness and wellness services.

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Gympik’s major focus areas are in Aerobics, Gym, Zumba, Dance, Dietitian, Physiotherapy and Yoga. It has about 3000+ trainers and 2000+ centres. The site also allows its users to calculate the calories burnt based on their height, weight, gender and amount of time they did workout. It also calculates basal metabolic rate (BMR), body mass index (BMI), and heart rate. It tracks its users diet and exercise and provides tips for a healthy lifestyle.


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