Fitness startup starts business in July 2020, picks up a million dollars from a clutch of prominent angel investors from across the startup spectrum. This shows the startup world's belief in the online fitness game and its potential to scale up rapidly
This round values Razorpay at over $1 billion, making it the sixth Indian company to hit unicorn status this year – despite an overall subdued environment due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Cred was last valued at $450 million in August 2019 when it raised $120 million in Series A round.
Winuall wants to digitise the home-tuition market by enabling online classes for small-coaching centres.
The news aggregator plans to use the funds for its location-based social media app Public that was launched in April 2019.
The education technology company will use the fresh capital to invest in its technology platform, hiring and curriculum. It will also look to build a network of colleges across multiple cities.
Founded in 2015 by Vasanth Kamath, Rohan Gupta and Anugrah Shrivastava, "smallcases" are model portfolios of stocks and exchange-traded funds created and managed by registered individuals and entities and are accessible to retail investors.
Whether the US stock markets will give these startups the valuation they want, is uncertain. Further, while IPOs are considered a sign of maturity and almost regarded as a badge of honour for startups, from the company’s point of view, staying private is a much better option, as it has to cater to fewer shareholders, regulation and disclosure norms are less exhaustive and regular share price fluctuation is not a concern.
Small and mid-sized real estate developers stare at huge funding gap.
While the company did not disclose the valuation, a source said the gaming unicorn was valued at $2.5 billion, more than double the $1.1 billion it was valued at in April 2019.
The new-age e-commerce startup runs a beauty and grooming platform Foxy, which offers customers a personalised shopping experience that incorporates selfie-analysis and targeted curation
Investors start discussions with many firms after COVID-19 fears made them leave the scene. Dailyhunt, ShareChat, Dream11, and WOW Skin are just a few examples. India exposure of many foreign funds seeing an increase. Edtech sector still the big draw.
3one4, an early-stage venture fund is managed by Pranav Pai and Siddharth Pai, sons of former Infosys senior executive TV Mohandas Pai.
If the $100-million funding round comes through, Dailyhunt will be India's newest unicorn and a rare success story in the content-startup space.
Eruditus, which offers management programmes and short courses, has seen a 30 percent growth in demand quarter-on-quarter following the coronavirus outbreak.
Set up six months ago, TrueFan connects Indian fans with top celebrities through personalised, interactive experiences.
The social commerce venture of farm-to-fork startup Crofarmstartup has created a model that allows farmers to connect with consumers through resellers.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative will be joined by a couple of other US-based technology funds to invest about $80 million in Eruditus at a valuation of $800-850 million, sources say.
The VC fund may lead a Rs 100-crore round in the fresh milk startup that delivers in Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Pune and Bengaluru.
The startup hopes to use the expertise of Brian Nogard and Fabrice Grinda to build a global product.
The fintech offers a mobile-based credit card which can be applied through its OneScore app.
Indian fintechs raised $1.3 billion through 91 deals in the first half of 2020 against $831 million through 73 deals in the same period last year.
The agritech startup will use the money to strengthen data and technology offerings as well as its supply chains.
The online meat store wants to launch in more cities, expand the workforce and invest in technology, says founder Deepanshu Manchanda.
The startup will use the money to develop an operating system to provide a standardised in-school and after-school learning experience.