Leap.club, a community-led professional network for women, has raised $1 million in a new round led by Enzia Ventures. Artha India Ventures, Ghazal Alagh of Mamaearth, Alok Mittal of Indifi, Atul Goel (E-city Ventures), Vatsal Singhal of Ultrahuman, Ashwini Asokan of Vue.AI, Shrishti Sahu of Hustle Hard ventures, have also joined the round.
The new round takes the startup’s total raise to $2.2 million to date.
The fresh proceeds will be used to ramp up growth and go from 10,000 paying members to 100,000 paying members, Leap.club said in a press release.
Founded by Ragini Das and Anand Sinha, Leap.club offers a paid membership for women that helps them in their professional growth through a host of benefits, including a professional network, executive coaching, focus on mental wellness and masterclasses.
It counts women from companies like Nykaa, Meta, Amazon, Sequoia Capital, Google as its members along with founders, professionals, freelancers, and women on a break.
The Bengaluru-based firm also plans to launch its talent solutions platform to enable the right career moves for women, by connecting them to top workplaces, early next year and has already signed 50 large enterprises and around 100 startups for the launch.
Early-stage healthtech and edtech-focused VC firm Enzia Ventures’ portfolio companies include ZenOnco.io, CuriousJr, Proactive For Her, Kafqa Academy, Numen and Morphle among others.