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Lee Bagshaw and Chris Wilson have advised Indonesian based health-tech startup Alodokter on its USD9million series B funding round. The round was led by SoftBank Ventures Korea and follows the company’s USD2.5m series A round that was completed in mid-2016.

Alodokter launched as a news portal covering health and well-being issues. In early 2016, the company added a mobile app that allows users to chat with general practitioners. The platform has now evolved into a healthcare platform combining the use of AI and real-time doctor/patient interactions.

We were delighted to again advise on a notable VC deal with a leading startup in Asia’s digital health space (this deal following on the heels of us assisting Prenetics’ on its USD40m financing round). Alodokter expect to use the proceeds to expand their business operations across Southeast Asia, beyond Indonesia where they already have over 14million users.

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