BabyBerry, Indian Parenting App raises $1 Million Angel Funding

By | February 22, 2016

BabyBerry, a Bangalore based Indian mobile app, which gives information about the kids ranging from 0 to 3 years has raised 1 million dollars in Angel round of funding. The investment round was led by Nitin Bagamane. The round also saw the participation from Vinay Goyal and Naveen Patil.

Found in November 2015, BabyBerry aims to provide information for the overall development of the kids. It provides tools and resources that the parents need while taking raising their kids. It provides information about the standard vaccination and maintains a digital chart for the same. Along with that, it integrates WHO growth chart.

Added features in the app include the information about children specific doctors nearby, based on the geo location as well as expert content from experts in various fields including pediatricians, nutritionists and psychologists.

With the raised funds, BabyBerry, owned by Cerebrahm Innovations, plans to develop a better product and market aggressively to acquire more customers.

It also plans to cover the soon-to-be mothers and couples expecting babies and help them create a better family plan in the time to come. Right now, the company claims to have over 51,000 downloads over Android and iOS platform and the count seems to grow exponentially with the aggressive marketing budget in the time to come.