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Fitness Tech Platform All Is Well Raises $250,000 Funding The fund raised will be utilized to encompass new sports and to integrate wearable technology into the existing AI-based digital product, further elevating its capabilities

By Teena Jose

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All Is Well, first of its kind AI-enabled integrated fitness tech platform, raised $250,000 from Bharat Founders Fund and a group of angel investors, including Shantanu Deshpande (Founder CEO Bombay Shaving Company), Abhishek Banerjee ( Bollywood Actor and Entrepreneur), Pradeep Parameswaran (RGM APAC Uber Mobility), Vijay Aggarwal (Ex-CTO BharatPe & Blinkit), Aarti Gill (co-founder Oziva), Sumit Jain (CEO Graphy and co-founder CommonFloor) and others. The fund raised will be utilized to encompass new sports and to integrate wearable technology into the existing AI-based digital product, further elevating its capabilities.

According to an official statement, the company said it will also file international patents for some of its IPs in the coming months including All Is Well Fitness Score (AFS) which is an intuitive, 3D fitness score, like a CIBIL score, for comparing and tracking overall sport-specific fitness.

"Access to these sport-specific and personalized training techniques was once exclusive to the elite sports persons. Through our team, which has trained champions like P.V. Sindhu, Saina Nehwal, Shreyas Iyer and Surya Kumar Yadav, we are scaling this expertise to a larger user base including the recreational sports community. We have a holistic team of pedigreed tech, sports and business thought leaders to make a unique performance-focused app," said Vaibhav Tandon, CEO, All Is Well.

Founded in October 2022 by Vaibhav Tandon (Ex-Leadership Team at OGQ, two-time entrepreneur) and Badminton icon Aparna Popat (Two-time Olympian and Arjuna Awardee), All Is Well offers AI-driven actionable insights and access to world-class personalized physical, nutrition and mental training techniques that have been used by top cricketers and Olympic medalists.

"Vaibhav and Aparna come with the right experience to build AIW. We believe that technology would play a huge role in enabling sports talent to realize their true potential. AIW's approach of partnering with sports academies and integrating technology at a grass-root level paves the right path for them to build a product that can be used at scale," said Maanav Saagar, partner, Bharat Founders Fund.

Teena Jose

News Desk Reporter with Entrepreneur India

Teena is a post graduate in financial journalism. She has an avid interest in content creation, digital media and fashion.
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