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Aviva Commits Extra £150m To Aviva Ventures To Invest In Early-Stage Businesses

Things To Know About Aviva

Aviva is a financial service based industry found in1969 and headquartered in London. The public based company holds major specialties in retirement, insurance, insurtech, health and protection. The company has a purpose to serve better life and perspective of it to it’s customers. It offers market leading benefits for making a better workplace and society.

Therefore the company is also announcing the new fund’s first investment, an investment in website of, this funding introduced is a business of helping individuals and organizations book diagnostics scans such as MRI, ultrasounds and x-rays of the users.

Launching the site in 2017 it has expanded itself with approximately 150 scanning centers all around the region of UK.  Thus, it has become the leading medical scanning centre by serving 10000 patients in the UK.

What Are The Views Of Leading Members Of The Firm-

Ben Luckett, chief innovation officer at Aviva, said, “Innovation is central to Aviva’s strategy and our ambition to deliver great outcomes for our customers. The £150m commitment to Aviva Ventures will be used to make early-stage investments in promising young digital and tech firms that also provide us with insight on emerging technology and consumer trends.Our investment in is a statement of our intent – they are growing rapidly, have a unique customer proposition and are already leading the way on medical imaging services in the UK. We are really excited to support’s development and growth.”

Charlie Bullock, co-founder and CEO of, added, “We are thrilled to have such strong support from Aviva as we continue to build across the UK. The capital will be used to continue to improve access to diagnostic imaging and medical screening exams, through our consumer facing marketplace and application programming interfaces (API). This round would not have been possible without the incredible effort and tenacity shown by our entire team, who have built at such a fast pace in what is traditionally a very slow-moving industry.”

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