I3N portfolio enterprise iKure Techsoft receives second round of funding from I3N members and newly formed Calcutta Angels. The investment was made by four I3N members namely Rishabh Mariwala, Girish Pamnani along with existing investors Jayesh Parekh and Nandan Maluste, who also sits on the company’s Board. iKure currently runs more than 20 RHCs across West Bengal and Orissa, and would use these funds for setting up new Rural Health Centers (RHCs) and shall open 3 more RHCs in Birbhum, West Bengal by September.
Founded by three ex-Oracle professionals in 2009, iKure was established to provide comprehensive solutions to issues in primary health care in rural India by taking over the management of existing Rural Health Centers and setting up their own RHCs where none existed.
The company sets up full equipped RHCs with full-time MBBS doctors, pharmacists and health officers keeping a record of all the activities at the centres.
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