This week, 15 Indian startups raised funding of about $195 million. Stashfin and Charge+Zone were the top fundraising startups and scooped up $100 and $54 million, respectively. Last week, the fund inflow in the Indian startups stood at $857 million.
Meanwhile, the funding of three of the total funded startups remained undisclosed.
This week, three growth and late startups raised funding. Stashfin led the pack with a $100 million round followed by IndusGo’s $12 million round and Mystifly’s $8 million pre-Series B round.
Details of 15 funding rounds can be found here.
As many as 11 early-stage startups have raised funds, including two undisclosed rounds. EV startup Charge+Zone was at the top with its $54 million Series A round. The list also features Sukino Healthcare, Sorted and Reveal Healthtech among others.
City and segment-wise deals
This week, Bengaluru-based startups dominated the chart. According to Fintrackr’s data, 7 Bengaluru-based startups raised funds this week amounting to $22 million or 11.3% of the total fund inflow. During the week, Delhi-NCR-based startups raised $107 million across four deals.
The complete breakdown of deals across cities and segments in the first half can be seen below:
Fintech startups led in terms of the number of deals and amount raised. SaaS, E-commerce (including D2C brands), Mobility and EV startups were next on the list.
Apart from fundraising, the week also saw five acquisitions. The list includes the acquisition of US-based sports startup Pro Football Network by Absolute Sports, Knowledge Planet by Physics Wallah and Pickright Technologies by Nuvama Wealth.
*Back next week with another deal roundup