Bolstered by a new round of funding, Naluri is looking to grow its operations in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia.
Naluri has secured a US$7mn pre-series B funding round, led by Thailand's real estate developer, Pruksa Group, which is also involved in digital health technology and healthcare operations through Vimut Hospitals.
Pruksa Group’s investment is joined by Bertelsmann Investments from Germany and Striders Corporation from Japan, and is supported by returning investors including M Venture Partners, Palm Drive Capital, and INP Capital.
The company, founded in 2017, pairs evidence-based interventions and human-led expertise with a digital platform (via the Naluri app) to deliver health outcomes to healthcare payors. The new funding is earmarked for Naluri’s strategic expansion in Thailand and is expected further bolster the company’s operations in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia.
Founded by entrepreneur Azran Osman-Rani and medical systems expert Jeremy Ting, Naluri is backed by prominent investors, including Integra Partners, Pathology Asia (via Biomark), M Venture Partners and Sumitomo Corporation Equity Asia.
"Global markets have tightened, but this investment affirms Naluri’s mission and fast-tracks our efforts to deliver support to more deserving people in the region," said Naluri Co-Founder and CEO Azran Osman-Rani, on the announcement.
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