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Decoding Ultrahuman’s Series B: Deepinder Goyal pumped in $10 Mn

Wearable tech startup Ultrahuman had raised $35 million in a mix of debt and equity in its Series B round led by Deepinder Goyal and existing investors Blume Ventures, Steadview Capital, Nexus VP, and Alpha Wave.

While the company didn’t disclose about Goyal leading the round, Entrackr has decoded his investment along with others including Ultrahuman’s cap table and valuation through its regulatory filings.

The board at Ultrahuman passed a special resolution to allot 6,979 Series B CCPS at an issue price of Rs 3,00,170 each to raise Rs 209.4 crore or $25 million, its regulatory filing accessed from the Registrar of Companies shows.

Zomato’s co-founder Goyal led the round with Rs 83 crore while Alpha Wave and Blume Ventures infused Rs 66.34 crore and 29.86 crore, respectively. Nexus Venture Partners, Steadview Capital, and Panthera Capital participated with Rs 12.42 crore, Rs 13.77 crore, and Rs 4.14 crore.

At the time of announcement, Ultrahuman said that the Series B round consisted of $25 million equity and $10 million debt. 

It’s worth noting that Ultrahuman’s co-founders Mohit Kumar and Vatsal Singhal sold their first startup Runnr to Zomato in September 2017. Zomato leveraged Runnr which merged with Mumbai-based TinyOwl to raise its own delivery fleet.

Ultrahuman has raised over $60 million, including $35 million in Series B and $17.5 million in Series A in October 2022. As per TheKredible estimates, the company has been valued at around Rs 1,039 crore or $125 million (post-allotment of Series B round).

Following the fresh proceeds, Nexus emerged as the largest external stakeholder with 17.26% followed by Alpha Wave’s 14.8% stake. Goyal holds 8.58% of the company. The company also has an ESOP pool of around 10.84%


Head to TheKredible for the complete shareholding pattern.

Ultrahuman is a self-quantification platform that provides a smart ring called Ring Air, a glucose monitoring wearable M1 Live, and a blood testing product called Blood Vision, among others.

Ultrahuman demonstrated impressive financial performance in FY23 and its operating revenue flew 4X to Rs 30 crore. At the same time, the company’s losses grew only 21.4% to Rs 71 crore during the same period.

Levels Health, Super Sapiens and Oura are the global peers of Ultrahuman.

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