#Fundingwire: Mukesh Bansal & Ankit Nagori’s Startup CureFit Raises $15M & More

Fundingwire is your quick summary of notable investments made in the technology space. The firms which have recently raised investment include CureFit, Weddingwishlist.com and Stitchwood

CureFit, a healthcare and fitness startup launched by former Flipkart executives Mukesh Bansal and Ankit Nagori, has raised $15 million in Series A funds from Kalaari Capital, Accel Partners and IDG Ventures. CureFit will launch an app in the first half of next year that will offer preventive healthcare services. Read More 

Weddingwishlist.com, has raised $296K from investors such as Facebook India Managing Director Kirthiga Reddy, Multiples Equity founder Renuka Ramanath and CherryTin. The venture will help couple, couple can receive everything that requires to run new journey of their life. The couple can make a wishlist of gifts they would like, and share their wishes with guests they feel comfortable, including friends, family and colleagues.

The startup follows the marketplace model, wherein each service is provided by a unique vendor, but transactions  are made by the marketplace operator achieved through brand partners. Read More

Mumbai-based customised furniture startup Stitchwood has raised $200,000 in its third round of funding from Deepak Gupta, co-founder, Equity Crest and a bunch of unnamed angel investor.

Stitchwood was founded in 2014 by IIT Bombay alumni Shegaonkar and Vikas Nair. The startup allows users to design their own furniture using the tools on the platform or upload the image of the furniture on the platform. With the online 3D design tool, Stitchwood allows customers to visualise their furniture design and helps them create their own furniture. Read More

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