Worldish secures SEK 2M for a translation software for Swedish healthcare system.

Sweden Investments 13 April 2018
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Worldish, a Linköping, Sweden-based startup developing a software facilitating foregign accessibility to the Swedish healthcare system, secured SEK 2M ($240k) in capital investment.

The backing comes from Swedish investors, including Mattias Weinhandl, and the money will be used to strengthen the company's product and business development.

Worldish, founded in 2017 and led by CEO Abhishek Jacob Chethikatt, developed Helen, a software tool that intermmediates the interaction between foreigners and the Swedish doctors. Today, the service supports Arabic, Somali, Dari - an Afghan version of Persian - and the Eritrea language tigrinya.