Indian health and fitness company Curefit has raised Rs 832 crore in a fresh funding round led by Singapor based Temasek. Additionally, several existing investors of Curefit, which includes venture capital firms Accel Partners and Chiratae Ventures, along with investment arm Unilever, have also participated in the latest funding round.
The new financing round has also seen the entry of two new investors into the company’s investor cap table, GableHorn Investments and Ascent Capital.
Curefit founded in 2016 by Mukesh Bansal, co-founder of fashion retailer Myntra, and Ankit Nagori ex-chief business officer at Flipkart. Started as a health and fitness company, CureFit now owns gyms under the CultFit brand, and offers a range of healthy food options under EatFit, mental wellness programmes through MindFit and diagnostic centres through CareFit.