Healthfab raises Rs 2.17 Cr in a seed round


Healthfab, the Bengaluru-based femtech D2C (direct-to-consumer) startup, has raised Rs 2.17 crores in a seed funding round. The round was led by Singapore-based BeyondSeed. The angel investors, Goh Ee Fann and Abhijit Datta, were also seen participating in the round.

Healthfab, a startup company, was founded in 2019 by Kiriti Acharjee, the Co-Founder of the company. The founders had a motive to facilitate affordable solutions for a healthy and sustainable human life. The company’s flagship product is named GoPadFree™. The company is India’s first standalone reusable period panty that brings comfort to women and also creates a plastic-free society. While using these panties, one need not carry any other menstrual products such as sanitary pads, tampons, or cups.

Overall customer base and monthly revenue has risen 5 times from the last financial year. 

Healthfab is planning to utilize this fresh capital in the ways like:

  • to create awareness about the advantages of reusability,
  • standalone over unsustainable sanitary products
  • to increase its sales 4 times in the coming financial year. 
  • Expansion of business in gulf countries such as Oman and Saudi Arabia. 

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