1 Apr 2017
HealthEngine raises $26.7 million from Sequoia and Alium
Investments, Networking, New Technology or Careers?
Medical appointment booking business HealthEngine has raised $26.7 million in what is likely to be one of the largest rounds of 2017 for an Australian start-up. The Series C raising was led by Sequoia India. HealthEngine Chief Executive Marcus Tan told The Australian “We already have groups such as Seven West Media and Telstra Ventures as cornerstone investors, and it’s good to have Australian companies supporting other local businesses, but we have grand aspirations and we want to improve healthcare globally,” he said
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