This week 16 startups received funding, out of which 10 were disclosed, who in total made a sum of $121.78 million. Among them Five Star raised highest investment $50 million, followed by Ola, which raised about $36 million.
Meanwhile, six out of the total funded startups remained undisclosed.
Below is the summary of deals closed this week:
List of disclosed funding deals this week
Five Star Business Finance Limited, specialised ticket business and housing loans, has raised fresh funds in its Series C round led by Norwest Venture Partners and Sequoia Capital.
Ola has raised $36 million (Rs 231 crore) from Tekne Private Ventures through the issue of preference shares. The SoftBank-funded company had allotted 171,173 fully and compulsorily convertible preference shares for a total consideration of Rs 231.44 crore, as per RoC filings by ANI Technologies.
Crofarm has raised Rs 5 crore in a pre-Series A round led by Factor[e] Ventures and angel investors – Rajan Anandan, Google India MD, and Jitendra Gupta, PayU India MD among others. The round was syndicated through LetsVenture.
EM3 AgriServices Pvt Ltd has raised $10 million in its series B round led by Global Innovation Fund, while existing investors Soros Development Fund and Aspada Investment also participated in it.
Myforexeye has raised pre-Series A funding of Rs 1.4 crore from a clutch of individual investors. The investment has been made by HNI’s (high net-worth individuals) and senior bankers from India and overseas.
Truxapp has received $3.1 million in pre-series A funding from a group of angel investors and family offices including The Dhoot Family of The Videocon Group; Sandeep Sharma Former MD, MENA of a large Global Bank; VC Bothra and Family who are owners of a large shipping company in Singapore; and Mandhian Family, a family office which invests mainly in Real Estate.
Bayir has raised $2.45 million in two rounds of B Series Funding to be allocated for future expansion of the business.
Azure Hospitality has secured $12 million from existing investors Goldman Sachs and Max Ventures to fuel growth plans in India and enter global markets, said a person familiar with the development.
Newcastle Technologies has raised $0243 million in seed funding from tech industry veterans based in India and abroad.
Chaitanya India Fin Credit, a non-banking financial institution has raised $7 million
Undisclosed deals this week
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