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FundingWire: Ranvijay Singh Invests in Liftee, Appalert Secures $900k, Healthenablr Raises $800k & Others

MTV Anchor Ranvijay Singh Invests in Liftee

Liftiee, car and bike pooling app, has raised $108,000 in a bid from MTV anchor Ranvijay Singh. The Mumbai based startup also saw participation from Anita Hassanandani. Founded by Ritvik Mathur and Rashid Khan, the app aims to become the biggest platform to aggregate private cars and bikes for travel. It’s more like a social media platform that connects commuters and private vehicle owners.

Wealthy Secures $240K From Abhishek Goyal, Zishan Hayat, Gagan Dugal & Others

Wealthy, Bangalore based startup, has secured $240,000 in seed round from multiple angel investors. The list of investors include Abhishek Goyal of Tracxn Labs, Zishaan Hayath of Toppr, Arjun and Rohan Malhotra of Investopad, Harpreet Singh Grover of CoCubes, and Gagan Dugal of Matrix Cellular.

Founded by Aditya Agarwal, that startup works in decoding wealth creation by offering investment related advice. The startup aims to help investors find the most suitable investment option.

FundingwireAppAlert Grabs $900K in its Seed Round of Funding

AppAlert, mobile based school bus tracking system, has raised $900,000 in its seed round of funding from an undisclosed angel investor. The funds will further be used to create a cloud based solution for the same.

Founded by Ashuvinder Ahuj, this Gurgaon based startup allows live school bus tracking and has partnered with Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The startup has various functions, including roll-call capability from a complete list of children travelling through that bus.

Healthcare Startup Healthenablr Raises $800K in Series A

Healthcare services startup, Healthenablr, in a new round has raised $800,000. Founded by Bamasish Paul and Avishek Mukherjee, Healthenablr acts as an all round cloud based telemed startup. Where patients can record their medical records so that doctor is at ease while dealing with the problem. Medical history do help, and that, big time.  What all one needs to do is install the app, book an appointment or teleconference over a video call.

The company has 12 in-house doctors, who consult patients everyday on common issues, from nutrition related problems to psychological issues, the startup wants to set up it’s base in every possible field. The company is not only dealing with patients but also creating an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) for doctors. Making it easy to diagnose a problem using cloud based records.

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