Charlotte health care startup lands $470,000 investment

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Charlotte startup Tesser Health has landed its first investment — $470,000 in seed funding.

The two-year-old company aims to lower prescription drug costs by working with employee benefit platforms to identify cheaper options for the medicines people need.

Tesser Health does not have any local clients yet, but Ali Khoshnevis, co-founder and managing director, said the company is working with a number of national brands.

The investment came from a syndicate of investors led by Cary-based Cofounders Capital.

Tesser Health is hiring.

The company is building out its sales team and interviewing candidates. Tesser Health has seven employees currently and is evaluating coworking spaces in Charlotte to operate from.

The company also has a presence in Miami.

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