Zuri Health, a Kenyan health-tech startup, has secured another undisclosed round of funding, just six months after receiving investment from Moroccan VC UM6P Ventures.
According to reports, this latest funding comes from Five35 Ventures, a venture capital firm that focuses on investing in female-focused startups in Africa.
“With their support, Five35 Ventures aims to fuel the growth and expansion of Zuri Health’s digital health platform, allowing it to reach a broader audience and have a significant impact on healthcare worldwide.”
The primary goal of Zuri Health is to offer accessible and personalized healthcare solutions globally through its digital platform.
By utilizing innovative technology and expert guidance, they provide users with a comprehensive suite of health services, empowering individuals to take charge of their well-being.
Five35 Ventures is renowned for its strategic investments in disruptive startups throughout the region.
Their decision to invest in Zuri Health further showcases their confidence in the company’s vision and potential.
Co-Founder of Zuri Health, Titilola Olaolu-Hassan expressed excitement about the investment from Five35 Ventures, emphasizing that it would help scale their platform and bring innovative health services to more people in need.
They believe this backing will revolutionize global healthcare accessibility and experience.
In today’s evolving healthcare landscape, digital health solutions like Zuri Health’s platform play a crucial role in providing convenient and efficient healthcare services.
Hema Vallabh, Founding Partner at Five35 Ventures, shared her enthusiasm for joining forces with Zuri Health and supporting their mission to democratize healthcare through digital innovation.
She praised the “Team’s expertise and dedication in developing a platform that caters to the changing needs of patients and healthcare providers, looking forward to revolutionizing healthcare service accessibility and experience together.”
Recently, Zuri Health launched a new digital outpatient service called Zuricare, specifically targeting small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
This service aims to offer affordable and accessible healthcare to SME employees and their dependents.
Through video or phone calls, employees can consult licensed doctors, therapists, and nutritionists 24/7 from the comfort of their homes or offices.
With the investment from Five35 Ventures, Zuri Health plans to expand its reach, improve its technological infrastructure, and attract top talent to accelerate product development and innovation.