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GOQii raises undisclosed amount of funding from Ratan N. Tata

04-October-2016
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GOQii raises undisclosed amount of funding from  Ratan N. Tata

Virtual fitness coaching platform-GOQii has received an undisclosed amount of funding from Ratan N. Tata.

Speaking on the occasion, Vishal Gondal, CEO and Founder, GOQii said, “This is extremely overwhelming and a special moment for all of us at GOQii. With the recent developments and tie-ups on the platform, the investment from Mr. Tata is a testimony to us being a defining player of services in our category making long-term impact in people's life. We feel honored and it further boosts our confidence to accelerate the pace of our growth. We will ensure that GOQii reaches new heights in the healthcare space in India.”

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