Blod.in connects blood banks to hospitals to create a centralised blood management system
Chennai-based Blod.in has raised an undisclosed amount in pre-seed funding from angel investors including M2P Fintech’s co-founder Prabhu Rangarajan and IppoPay’s Mohan K.
bitsCrunch’s co-founder Vijay Pravin and CTO Ashok Vardharajan; Savitha Ramasamy, Senior Scientist, Institute for Infocomm Research, A*Star; Karthick Sivaram, Co-founder of Backspace Tech; Mohammed Farouk, Vice-President at Rela Institute; and Bhopan Krishnan, Founder of Outline Systems, also invested in the startup.
Founded by Varun Nair, Blod.in connects blood banks to hospitals to create a centralised blood management system. It hopes to use funds from the round to invest in infrastructure, and build its tech stack.
The startup recently launched the beta version of its product, as per reported by YourStory.
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