Kolkata: Home healthcare service provider HealthCare atHome (HCAH), backed by Dabur promoters, the Burman family, expects revenues of Rs 1,000 crore by 2020.
“Our revenue grew by 70 times from 2014 till date. We have started in Delhi-NCR region and now expanded our services in Punjab, Jaipur, Bangalore, Hyderabad and many other cities and towns. We are targeting about Rs 1,000 revenue by 2020,” HCAH co-founder and CEO Vivek Srivastava said.
He told reporters here that significant contribution to revenue had accrued from the ICU space.
The integrated pharma business, which has also “grown rapidly” contributes a sizeable share to the total turnover, Srivastava added.
HCAH announced its foray in the Kolkata market for catering to other eastern states like Bihar, Jharkhand as well as the north-eastern states.
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