Brazilian startup, Sami, secured $18M Series B funding led by Redpoint Ventures and Mundi Ventures. Other notable VC funds such as Alumni Ventures, Digital Horizon, Tau Ventures, and Endeavor Catalyst also participated in the round.
Sami is a health plan operator that provides technology-based solutions for SME healthcare companies in Brazil. With the funding, the startup aims to scale its platform and develop new technology to tackle the main challenges in Brazil’s healthcare system.
“In the last two years, we have built a base of products and operations that will allow us to rapidly scale. To this end, we have to be where the customer wants to buy, be it on the internet, on mobile devices, or from a broker,” said Guilherme Berardo, Sami’s CEO.
In 2020, Sami raised $15.5M in funding, making it the largest Series A round for a LatAm bases health startup at the time.