Fitness studio and classes booking startup DOOgether announced that it has raised an undisclosed amount in a seed funding round led by Gobi Agung, as told by DealStreetAsia. Joining in the round are Everhaus, Prasetia Dwidharma, and Cana Asia.

DOOgether said that it plans to use the fresh capital to expand DOOgether’s merchant partnership, work further on its mobile app, and add more professional talents into its growing team.

“We plan to extend our merchant partner to at least 500 sports facilities and accommodate other healthy lifestyle choices into our platform to serve the healthy lifestyle community in Indonesia,” said DOOgether CEO Fauzan Gani.

DOOgether was founded in 2016, and it claims to have partnered with over 200 fitness centre and/or sports facilities with its ‘Exercise Without Limit’ mission across Greater Jakarta, Bandung, and Bali per March 2019. DOOgether allows its consumer to book fitness centre or any other sports facilities within 30 seconds via apps.

Back in its early operation, the company received angel investments by MAHAKA Group Chairman Erick Thohir. Last year, Digiasia Bios founder Alexander Rusli also invested in the company.

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Its newest lead investor, Gobi Agung, is an Indonesia-focussed fund launched by Shanghai and Kuala Lumpur-based venture capital firm Gobi Partners in 2018. It brought in US$10-million fund to target early-stage startups in Indonesia.

Gobi Agung said it plans to invest up to US$1 million per deal.

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