After the acquisition, Seraniti's team of 15 therapists and its 8,000 customers will join Cure.fit.
In order to boost its mental wellness business Mind.Fit, healthcare startup Cure.fit has acquired Bengaluru-based mental health platform Seraniti.
After the acquisition, Seraniti's team of 15 therapists and its 8,000 customers will join Cure.fit. This is second acquisition by Cure.fit in the mental wellness vertical after the integration of a1000 yoga in 2017.
Ankit Nagori, Co-founder, Cure.fit, said, "Mental wellness is one of the core pillars of the Cure.fit model. The addition of Seraniti is an important milestone as it fortifies the Mind.Fit portfolio and allow us to enhance awareness and access to quality preventive and therapeutic mental health management to our growing customer base. Since our products are designed to work cohesively for all-round wellbeing, our customers are nudged to assimilate the same approach as a part of their fitness routine."
Incorporated in 2016, Cure.fit was founded by Myntra's Co-founder Mukesh Bansal and senior Flipkart Executive Ankit Nagori.
Seraniti said, "We believe the acquisition is a win-win for all our clients, as it will improve convenience (eight additional locations and video sessions), offer a robust digital platform and ensure effective treatment by the best of therapists and psychiatrists."
Seraniti was founded in 2016 by Dr Shyam Bhat, the mental wellness expert.