No. Curefit is an Indian health-tech start-up that operates an integrated health and fitness platform, and it has not yet been acquired by Tata. According to reports, Curefit has been in talks with Tata group for a possible investment, though nothing has been confirmed.
Curefit was founded in 2016 by Mukesh Bansal, a former Flipkart executive, and Ankit Nagori, another former Flipkart executive. It offers complete health solutions through its integrated platform which includes its subsidiary brands, Cure.fit and Cult.fit, and its technology-driven health card feature. Cure.fit allows users to access online classes and workouts, while Cult.fit provides access to offline fitness centers. The Curefit platform also provides access to nutrition solutions, healthcare services, and medical diagnostics.
Recently, Curefit has been in talks with the Tata group, one of India’s oldest and most influential conglomerates, for a potential investment in the health-tech start-up. Though no final decision has been made, various reports have indicated that Tata may invest up to $60 million in Curefit. However, Curefit has not yet been acquired by Tata.
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