MyDentistChoice raises $150,000 funding

MyDentistChoice, an e-commerce start-up based in Hyderabad, has raised $150,000 in first round of funding from an US-based angel investor.

MyDentistChoice is one of the T-Hub (Hyderabad start up incubation centre)'s portfolio firms and is already serving big dental chains like Apollo White, Dentys and Partha Dental besides hundreds of other dentists all over the country, according to a statement. The start-up runs with the vision of providing complete end-to-end solution for all dental needs.

Having a huge market scope in the Indian health sector, MyDentistChoice has been penetrating this sector very rapidly, while disrupting the traditional dental market in the country, according to P Sivaprasad, CEO of MyDentistChoice. The firm aims to reach a customer base of 300,000 dentists, 500 dental colleges and other hospitals that are providing dental services.

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It has reached its first revenue target of Rs 1 crore revenue during the calendar year 2015, release said.




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