Lightspeed Venture Partners led a $4 million Series A investment round for Singapore-based Emerging Vision. According to a press release from the company, a few angel investors also participated in the round.
The raised fund will be used to expand the online spiritual wellness platform’s operations and improve its Android platform, Guruji, as well as its iOS equivalent, Teller. The firm has received a total of $5 million in investment to date.
Commenting on the investment Saarthak Singh, Co-founder, Emerging Vision said.“Spiritual services have played a key role in people’s lives, and today’s young generation is keen to adopt new ways to implement in their daily routines. Emerging Vision offers a holistic platform for these consumers, striking a fine balance between spiritual wellness and its accessibility. We are excited to take this journey forward with the support of Lightspeed,”
Akshay Bhushan, Partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners. said “Emerging Vision has created a transformative approach towards spiritual wellness at a time where there is fast growing demand globally for wellness solutions. We are excited to back the Emerging Vision team as it takes its next fundamental steps to expand its platforms across more markets and redefine spiritual wellness globally,”