This week in Indian Startups funding news (Sep 04-09)

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This week 15 startups received funding, out of which 13 were disclosed, who in total made a sum of $491.44 million. Among them Oyo Rooms raised highest investment of $250 million, followed by Ola, which raised about $156.3 million.

Meanwhile, two out of the total funded startups remained undisclosed.

Below is the summary of deals closed this week:

List of disclosed funding deals this week

Shubh Loans: Datasigns Technologies, which operates lending platform Shubh Loans, has raised $1.5 million funding in its pre-Series A round from SRI Capital, BeeNext and Pravega Ventures. Datasigns, which works for both borrowers and institutional lenders, has a mobile app, Shubh Loans, which helps borrowers generate proprietary individual credit score using traditional and secondary data points.

Ola: It has raised Rs 1000 cr ($156.3 million) in a debt funding from Yes Bank.

OncoStem Diagnostics: an oncology-focused startup, has raised $6 million from Sequoia Capital India Advisors. OncoStem is focused on developing innovative multimarker prognostic & predictive tests to enable personalized treatment planning for patients with cancer.

Power2SME: The IFC (International Finance Corporation), the private investment arm of the World Bank, has invested $10 million as equity in Gurugram-based Power2SME, a B2B online buying club for small and medium enterprises, which helps them to buy raw materials at bulk prices.

Funding-Sep

Paytm Payment Bank: The board of Paytm Payments Bank, which was launched in May has approved a Rs 60 crore rights issue for its existing shareholders, including its founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma, as per documents filed with Registrar of Companies (RoC).

GoFro: Online holiday marketplace GoFro, owned and operated by Bona Vita Technologies Private Limited, has raised about $10 million in its second round of equity financing.

Oyo Rooms: Budget hotel aggregator OYO has raised around Rs 1600 crore ($250 mn) from its existing investor SoftBank and Hero Enterprise. However, the company’s did not disclose exact terms of the latest round.

Aye Finance: Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) lender Aye Finance has raised Rs 44 crore rupee-denominated debt from the Netherlands-based Triodos Bank’s wholly owned asset management subsidiary Triodos Investment Management.

EarlySalary: An app that offers cash advances and short-term loans to young professionals, has raised its first round of debt financing of Rs 5 crore from IFMR Capital.

CreditVidya: A financial technology startup that leverages non-traditional data sources to provide credit scores to individuals has raised $5 million in its series-B round of funding from Matrix Partners.


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Vulcan Express: Snapdeal has invested $23.7 million in its logistics arm Vulcan Express. This is the second round of internal funding for the supply chain solution firm.

Seniority: RPG Group invests $1M in Seniority to venture into senior care e-commerce

Lendingkart: Digital lending platform Lendingkart has raised $10.9 million from Singapore-based Sistema Asia Fund and existing investor. Bertelsmann India Investment, Mayfield India, Saama Capital, India Quotient and Darrin Capital Management also invested in the latest round.

Undisclosed deals this week:

Tailslife, an application which provides services for pets and Farmizen, an organic farming platform did not disclose their funding amount.

*Every week we round up startups that have received or announced fresh funding. Stay tuned for next funding weekly.

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