Malaysian startup Naluri secures new funding for regional expansion


Malaysian digital health service provider Naluri has secured $7 million in pre-Series B funding, led by Pruksa Group, Thailand’s leading real estate development group whose business is also involved in digital health technologies and healthcare operations through Vimut hospitals.

The Pruksa Group investment is joined by Bertelsmann Investments of Germany and Striders Corporation of Japan and is backed by several returning investors including M Venture Partners (MVP), Palm Drive Capital and INP Capital.

The new funding is for Naluri’s strategic expansion into Thailand and will further strengthen the company’s operations in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.

Naluri’s cutting-edge digital health service and healthcare cost containment solution deploys technology to deliver integrated, person-centered care to transform the lives of those at risk or managing chronic and mental illnesses. more widespread. Chronic diseases, including type 2 diabetes, hypertension, obesity and hyperlipidemia, are reaching endemic proportions in the region, reducing work capacity, life expectancy and economic productivity.

The company, founded in 2017, combines evidence-based interventions and human-led expertise with a digital platform (via the Naluri app) to deliver meaningful health outcomes at lower cost to healthcare payers health.


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