ReadyAssist raised $5 million in pre-Series A led by Howen International Fund and SPC

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Roadside assistance startup ReadyAssist raised $5 million as part of their ongoing pre-Series A led by Howen International Fund and SPC.

Roadside assistance and on-the-spot repairs are available 24/7 from ReadyAssist for both cars and motorcycles. According to a press release from ReadyAssist, the additional funds will be used to improve direct consumer access to roadside assistance and expand the service network to bring speed and availability through technology to every corner of India. It seeks to provide customers with the best RSA experience while ensuring the quickest turnaround time and quality.

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ReadyAssist raised $5 million in pre-Series A led by Howen International Fund and SPC

Roadside assistance startup ReadyAssist raised $5 million as part of their ongoing pre-Series A led by Howen International Fund and SPC.

Roadside assistance and on-the-spot repairs are available 24/7 from ReadyAssist for both cars and motorcycles. According to a press release from ReadyAssist, the additional funds will be used to improve direct consumer access to roadside assistance and expand the service network to bring speed and availability through technology to every corner of India. It seeks to provide customers with the best RSA experience while ensuring the quickest turnaround time and quality.

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