Indian consumer goods company, Dabur India's Chairman Amit Burman has lately bought shares in No Worry No Tension Healthcare (NWNT), which is an emotional and mental wellness platform. Burman has procured shares in his individual capacity in a transaction that is a part of pre-series A funding round, reported The Economic Times.
"This can potentially cause disruption in a society that's craving for uplift. Stress levels are up over multiple factors and theres escalation amidst the Covid-19 pandemic with people are going through emotional, health and financial stress," Burman said in an interview with The Economic Times.
Other investments of Burman include Lite Bite Foods that runs restaurant brands, Punjab Grill, Zambar, Bounty Wines and Allied Products, Ultimate Kho Kho League, Poker Sports League and Street Foods.
Sandeep Vohra, who is a practicing psychiatrist, established NWNT in 2011. The company employs human intelligence-based tech to assess, prevent, and treat emotional as well as mental health problems, according to its website.
"The intent of the platform is to bridge the wide gap between demand and supply in the space of emotional health in a scalable manner," Burman told the cited media agency.
Also, the Indian health ministry has released an array of measures for tackling emotional problems during the lockdown.