I wrapped up my internship at the Unitus Seed Fund last week — marking the end of one of the most insightful, informative and interesting 3.5 months I’ve spent. I pursued the opportunity to learn more about business dynamics in a setting I knew I wanted to be a part of, but
25 May 2016. Bangalore, India: AddressHealth, India’s first primary healthcare network exclusively for children, today, announced $1.5 million in Series A funding led by Gray Matters Capital with participation from existing investor, Unitus Seed Fund.
Over 170 applicants innovating in healthcare technology, three days of bootcamp, ten finalists, and an incredible pitch fest with seven eminent jury members 4 May 2016, Bangalore: Health-tech startup, Module Innovations, a low-cost portable point-of-care diagnostic device for microbial infections, was announced the winner of the intensive, two-month long StartHealth
A look at the Finance vs. Social Impact philosophy: Can doing well and doing good co-exist? “Doing well while doing good” – is a sentence that sums up the ethos of Impact Investment. While it is gaining increasing acceptance, the connotations of “doing good” has been typically linked to “social impact”
Recent news highlights report: Education Technology companies have seen increased funding TutorGroup, a Shanghai-based online language learning provider, raised nearly $200M in Series C round, led by Singaporean sovereign fund, GIC and Goldman Sachs bringing its valuation to over $1B Varsity Tutors, an online platform connecting students with tutors for
Winners can pitch for upto INR 3 crores in investment; bootcamp and mentoring for all applicants April 12, 2016. Bangalore. Unitus Seed Fund and Sylvant announced the fourth edition of StartEdu program to identify the most innovative and scalable education companies enabled by technology. In the last three editions, over