Golden Gate Ventures Invests in Indonesian Healthtech Startup Klinik Pintar

November 17, 2021 | 2 minutes read

The health tech startup Klinik Pintar has raised investment from some big investors like Golden Gate ventures, PT Bundamedik and Skystar Ventures, etc.

An Indonesian-based startup, Klinik Pintar that aids users in booking teleconsultations and provides other virtual health services has bagged the US $4.1 million in a Series A round. The funding round included prominent investors like Golden Gate Ventures and PT Bundamedi, Skystart Ventures, and Sequis Life.

Founded in 2018 by serial entrepreneur Harya Bimo, the startup has currently over 120 clinics from 60 Indonesian cities on its platform. Klinik Pintar is a highly useful health tech platform as it helps users in booking teleconsultations, in clinics as well as virtual sessions. The company has also partnered with companies that want an easier way to give health services to their employees.

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With this fund, the health tech firm aims to include new services and reach over 400 clinics by the next two years. It also wants to develop its new clinic management tool called Kilinik OS.

After the pandemic, digital healthcare services have become so common that investors are steering their investment towards health teach startups.  As of last week, an Indian-based digital health startup Mosaic Wellness raised a hefty amount of $24M funding. The funding was led by Sequoia Capital India. The others participating were Elevation Capital and Matrix Partners India. 

Globally, the investments in health tech and biotech startups have smashed all the previous records. As health tech startups have already raised 1.3 times more than 2020’s funding which is $44.6 billion. Other than this the custom healthcare software and apps for pharmacies have also become very common.

The connected, standardized, and targeted healthcare services offered by digital healthcare startups have made them popular among the people. Especially in the areas where healthcare services like hospitals and pharmacies are remote. Take or not but the accessibility of healthcare services has increased due to these healthcare platforms.

Story Credits:Tech in Asia