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  • Writer's pictureKRISHNENDU KUNDU

Kolkata-based Startup Tablt is Acquired by Zeno Health

News Desk, News Nation 360 : Zeno Health, a top omnichannel platform in India for reasonably priced, high-quality generic medications, has announced with pride that it has acquired Tablt Pharmacy, a startup located in Kolkata. Zeno Health and Tablt will be extending their reach into the states of West Bengal, Odisha, Bihar, and Jharkhand as part of their expansion plans. In addition to uniting two titans of the industry, the Zeno Health and Tablt merger represents a calculated step towards creating a healthcare ecosystem that is more open and accessible for India's heterogeneous populace. Zeno Health, a trailblazer in elevating generic medications to the forefront of mainstream medicine, runs a vast network of 180 omnichannel stores throughout Maharashtra and Mumbai. A Bharat-focused online pharmacy startup, Tablt has been operating in Eastern India's Tier 2 to Tier 6 regions. Tablt, well-known for its innovative and economical delivery strategy, was enhancing healthcare accessibility in both urban and rural regions. It has served over 2 lakh customers thus far and operates through about 300 franchises throughout the Eastern Indian states of West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, and Odisha. Girish Agarwal, Co-founder of Zeno Health, echoed this sentiment, emphasizing the synergy between the two companies and stated that Zeno Health recently completed a $25 million Series C funding round to democratise healthcare throughout India. In addition to reaching and providing services to over one crore customers each month, their goal is to lower their healthcare costs by half. As a result, their merger with Tablt and its outstanding team will enable them to quickly address the enormous demand for generic medications in rural and semi-urban areas. They are proud of their relationship with them, and they think that with their support, their shared goals will be realised in Eastern India as well.

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