Kry announces a $66M Series B investment, wants to launch in UK and France.

United Kingdom Sweden United States Investments 13 June 2018
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Kry, a Stockholm, Sweden-based company providing tele-medicine services via a digital tool, announced a $66M Series B funding round in capital added in the company.

The round was led by existing investors Index Ventures with participation from existing investors Accel, Creandum, and Project A.

The company will use the investment to pursue growth aggressively both in scale and in scope, in order to further expand geographically - initially to the UK and France, deepen penetration in existing markets, expand its medical offering and reach its goal of becoming the world’s leading healthcare provider.

Kry, founded in 2014 by Joachim Hedenius, Josefin Landgård, Fredrik Jung Abbou and Johannes Schildt (CEO), has developed a video application via which you can meet a doctor or therapist at any time or location, using your phone or tablet. The company claims to have over 350,000 patient meetings across Sweden, Norway, and Spain.

Priro to this round, Kry has raised about $30M in risk capital.