Thanks to its government great support for innovation, Singapore has been a hotbed for healthtech startups.
Within the e27 startup database, we are able to note down more than 55 startups in Singapore that are working to build and provide solutions for the health and medical sectors.
In recent years, investment in healthtech in Southeast Asia has been increasing rapidly with some startups raising more than US$10 million in their latest funding round.
The following is a list of such startups (excluding those who are raising undisclosed funding rounds):
Funding Stage: US$13 million venture round
Investor(s): Adamas Finance Asia Limited
Operating in eight countries with more than 23,000 doctors, DocDoc aims to help patients find the right care at the right time.
Biofourmis Pte. Ltd.
Funding Stage: US$35 million in Series B
Investor(s): Sequoia India
Biofurmis aims to personalise healthcare and empower people with tools to make healthcare and lifestyle data actionable and understandable.
Funding Stage: US$11 million in Series B
Investor(s): Itochu Corporation, Singapore Press Holdings
Docquity provides a by-invitation, doctors-only professional network.
Funding Stage: US$25 million venture round
Investor(s): HSBC, Telkom Indonesia, MDI Ventures, Singtel Innov8, Sumitomo Corporation Equity Asia
Founded in 2013 by industry veteran Rosaline Chow Koo, CXA brings evidence-based wellness into the workplace to improve employee health and control healthcare costs.
Funding Stage: US$11.2 million venture round
Investor(s): Accuron Technologies
The company develops a patented sorbent technology which aims to revolutionise dialysis by reducing the amount of dialysate needed for treatment.
Funding Stage: US$12 million venture round
Investor(s): BioVeda Capital
ASLAN Pharmaceuticals is an oncology-focussed biotechnology company developing a portfolio of immunotherapies and targeted drugs, focusing on Asia prevalent tumour types.
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