From online diagnostic ventures to startups for test drives, funds were secured in huge amounts by startups the passing week. Moreover, the IT and BPM bandwagon is having a great appetite to invest in startups related to tech space.
Have a look at the startups which raised funds –
Haptik: Smartphone application, Haptik raised $ 1 Mn in funding led by Kalaari Capital. The company plans to allocate the fund in user acquisition, building the chat experts team, engineering, and business development. Further, it will be also investing in team building.
Quikr: It raised $60 Mn in a funding round led by Venture Capital Firm – Tiger Global Management. Its existing investors Kinnevik, Matrix Partners India, Nokia Growth partners, Norwest Venture Partners, Omidyr Network, Warburg Pincus and eBay Inc. also participated in this round. As per reports, Quikr is now valued at over $400 Mn.
DoctorC: DoctorC, a Hyderabad based online diagnostics services aggregator, raised INR 2.5 Cr from California based Leviathan Investments. Splice Advisors and Indian Angel Network member Sanjay Jesrani, founder and CEO of Go North Ventures also participated in the funding.
Power2sme: Power2sme, a ‘Buying Club’ for SMEs in India secured INR 42 Cr. in Series C round of funding led by its existing investors, Accel Partners, Kalaari Capital and Inventus Capital. Gurgaon based B2B ecommerce company is expected to cross INR 200 Cr. turnover mark this fiscal.