Orobind raises $200,00 angel funding Personal fitness coach app Orobind has raised angel funding of $200,000 from an angel group led by Harpreet Singh Grover and Zishaan Hayath who led Powai Lake Ventures, reports YourStory. The funding will go towards product enhancement, building an iOS app, hiring and marketing. The company also said that it does not have expansion plans this year and will focus on Bangalore where it is based. Founded by Satya Vyas and Shubhanshu Srivastava, the Orobind app lets you choose a workout session recommending a coach who visits your house to start training with you. It lets you track your sessions and renew subscriptions. Orobind’s trainers will analyse that data. Users can also chat with experts and nutritionists through the app. The company claims that its experts go through a police verification, certification check and a demo and that the users’ phone numbers are not revealed to the experts. It adds that it will be able to sync with a user’s wearable fitness tracker soon. The app is less than 3 months old and the company claims that it has seen 2000 sessions by over 45 trainers with 100 users in its 3 month existence. They also claim that 60-65% of Orobind users are women. **** Daily Rounds raises seed funding of $500,000 Bangalore-based mobile app Daily Rounds, a journal for medical cases and studies, has raised seed funding of $500,000 from Kae Capital, Teruhide Sato, founder, Beenos and GSF, reports ET. To monetise, the company…
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