DrinkPrime, a startup working tirelessly to make available purest form of drinking water in most accessible and affordable form to every section of society, has recently raised funding from different funding agencies. Agencies include, impact-focused lender, UC Inclusive Credit, that credited 5 crore and non-banking financial company, Western CapitalCapital that funded 3 crore, amounting total to 8 crore in the drive.
Safe drinking water is one of those vitalities that are life supporting in its every form without compromising a single deed. So, one must not be deprived of the same in any context. Apart from this , a properly balanced nutrient rich water must be available for every strata of the society, as it’s sole source of lots of special Ions that work minutely at body cells level. Since its inception DrinkPrime has set its goals high and has brought back the days of safe water, chemical and Impurities free, in territories of nation.
Vijender Reddy Muthyala, co-founder and CEO, DrinkPrime, said, “We want to be the most convenient option when it comes to accessing safe drinking water. We serve more than 1 lakh users across Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Delhi NCR.”
Speaking about the investment, Anil Kejriwal, founder, and CEO, Western Capital, said, “We found that DrinkPrime identified the need to provide a solution to one of the critical demands – access to safe and affordable drinking water in urban areas. DrinkPrime’s vision of a healthy India is what motivated us to support them.”
Manas Ranjan Hota, co-founder and COO, DrinkPrime, said, “We are constantly trying to provide more people with access to safe drinking water. We will utilise the funds to ensure that we serve more people in the country, thereby, bring a change to the existing drinking water scenario.”
Deepak Srinivas, co-founder and chief business officer, UC Inclusive Credit, said, “We are conscious about the kind of businesses we support and the foremost thing would be to look into the impact made by each of our lending decisions. DrinkPrime is leading a change in the water consumption space, which is one of the key areas for us to invest and make an impact.”