Butterfly Learnings secures Rs 32 crores in Series A

Plans to open 200 centers in India across multiple states in India

Butterfly Learnings, a platform in pediatric behavioral and developmental health, announces the successful closure of its Series A funding, raising Rs 32 crores. The Series A round is led by Insitor Impact Asia Fund II and Enzia Ventures, with participation from  CIIE (IIMA Ventures), Foundation Botnar, 9 Unicorns, and Venture Catalysts.

The infusion of funds will fuel Butterfly Learnings’ expansion efforts as it aims to scale its technology-enabled therapy programs to equip neuro-diverse children to integrate with society and manage their lives better. Currently serving approximately 2000 families across 30 centers in Maharashtra, the company plans to extend its reach across multiple states and cities in India through a 200-center network.

Speaking about the fundraising round and the unmet need in India for behavioral health Dr Sonam Kothari, Co-Founder & CEO of Butterfly Learnings said, “This funding infusion will propel our mission forward, empowering us to expedite the delivery of accessible and evidence based pediatric behavioral and developmental health solutions to families across India. With our distinctive blend of technology enabled therapy delivery and focus on clinical excellence, we remain dedicated to ensuring that every child receives the support they need to thrive and grow.”





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