Singaporean telehealth startup ORA nets $10M in Collection A funding


Singapore-headquartered telehealth firm ORA has raised $10 million in a Collection A funding spherical – touted to be the biggest telehealth funding in Southeast Asia up to now – led by TNB Aura and Antler. The spherical was additionally participated by Gobi Companions, Kairous Capital, and GMA Ventures.


ORA runs a vertically-integrated telehealth platform that delivers over 250,000 consultations since launching in 2021. It homes three manufacturers: on-line dermatology model Modules, male health-focused andSons, and OVA, which is centred on feminine well being. 

It’s set to launch its medically-backed merchandise throughout 1,300 tier-one shops later this yr. 


The corporate at the moment operates in Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines, with plans to enter new territories utilizing its contemporary funds. In a press release, ORA stated it sees growth alternatives within the Center East. Furthermore, it’s eager to launch new choices quickly. 

Thus far, the corporate obtained $17 million in complete funding. 


One other vertically-integrated telehealth platform in Singapore, Ordinary Folk, additionally attracted investments final yr; it raised $5 million in pre-Collection A funding for its growth throughout Singapore and Hong Kong. 

Eucalyptus, an Australian firm that homes 5 telehealth manufacturers, additionally snapped up $42 million in Collection C funding final yr for its growth in the UK.


“ORA has had over six million affected person contact factors present us with invaluable well being knowledge by way of in depth well being evaluations and session on-line. This has introduced distinctive insights into these affected person’s healthcare expectations which have and can inform future improvements with our key companions,” stated CEO and founder Elias Pour, who was additionally Zalora’s ex-CMO.

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