The clinically-proven digital programme uses a personalised coach-driven and community-first approach through interactive gamification to help people with type-2 diabetes reduce HbA1c, lose weight and stop medication eventually
Breathe Well-being has raised $1 million in pre-Series A round led by 3one4 Capital. Angel investors like Ashish Gupta – an investor in Flipkart, Make My Trip (MMT) and Naukri.com; Anjali Bansal, Founder, Avaana Capital; Suhail Sameer, Group President, BharatPe and Stanford Angels and Entrepreneurs India (SAE India) also participated in the round, a statement said.
Apart from these, Silicon Valley-based Y Combinator has also invested in the startup, added the statement.
“Breathe Well-being’s clinically-proven digital programme uses a personalised coach-driven and community-first approach through interactive gamification to help people with type-2 diabetes reduce HbA1c, lose weight and stop diabetes medication eventually,” it said.
The statement also said that the Breathe Well-being outcome-driven digital therapeutics programme is based on the three pillars of coaching, community and curriculum. The year-long programme is split across 10 levels and can be accessed via the Breathe mobile app that is available on the App Store and Play store. The company’s clinically-proven programme has helped more than 10,000 members to lose weight, reduce blood sugar and prevent health complications.
Since its inception, Breathe Well-being continues to achieve a 30 per cent m-o-m growth rate and has seen a 22-time increase in its membership base, the statement said.