Health app iMumz raises Rs 2.2 crore from Enzia Ventures, Titan Capital, others

NEW DELHI: iMumz, the pregnancy app by two IIT BHU alumni has got funding of Rs 2.2 crore. Having won the AtmaNirbhar app challenge in the health space, the founders Ravi Teja Akondi, Mayur Dhurpate, Rajesh Jagasia and Jaideep Malhotra are planning to go into an expansion mode.

More than 100,000 iMumz has delivered babies so far. In a statement, co-founder Dhurpate said, “iMumz USP is its UI and gamified approach of Baby Score for mothers and fathers that keeps a track the health of the the baby before it is born. We have also built a chat engine and live streaming feature which hosted more than 160 senior doctors during the Covid lockdown who answered 50,000 questions.”

Jaideep Malhotra, senior gynaecologist and Ex-FOGSI president, in a statement said, “Our app will take into account postpartum depression have a Baby Growth Program with activities for brain development, movement for the newborn. We are also moving towards a personalisation of the program for the expecting and new mothers through their health information.”

“iMumz has so far helped more than one lakh pregnancies and is now set to launch in global markets,” said Bipin Shah, Partner, Titan Capital, in a statement.

In a statement, Karuna Jain, Partner, Enzia ventures, said, “In the current scenario the society has taken a 360 degree turn when it comes to health and wellness. People are more aware of their mental and physical health, especially expecting mothers. Apps like iMumz help in these matters.”

iMumz plans to enter the US in March with wearable devices and give suggestions based on the data for every pregnancy.

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