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Indian Tech Startup Funding Report Q1 2022

Indian Tech Startup Funding Report Q1 2022

The first quarter of the current calendar year had a supernova start. Both the funding amount and deal count in Q1 2022 witnessed an increase of 186% and 64% respectively compared to the previous year. Also, the mega-round (startup investment rounds valued at $100 Mn and above) witnessed an uptick of 173% from 11 in Q1-2021 to 30 in Q2-2022.

Compared to the Q1 of the calendar year 2021, this quarter the venture capital activity in India was relatively more egalitarian. In Q1 2021, the top three startup hubs (Bengaluru, Delhi NCR, and Mumbai) in India made 90% ($3.7 Bn out of $4.1 Bn) whereas this quarter (Q1 2022) the share of the top three hubs was 78% ($9.1 Bn out of $11.7 Bn).

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Indian Tech Startup Funding Report Q1 2022

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Key Highlights

$12 Bn

Raised Across 506 Deals

Enterprisetech

Top Startup Sector In Q1 2022

13 Unicorns

Minted In Q1 2022

1,245

Unique Investor Participation Count

Table Of Contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Top 10 Highest Funded Indian Tech Startups In India Q1 2022
  • QoQ: Funding Amount & Deal Count 2014 to 2022
  • QoQ: Average Ticket Size Of Funding 2014 to 2022
  • Sector Split: Funding Amount & Deal Count
  • Funding Stage Wise Analysis: Funding Amount & Deal Count
  • M&A & Exits: 2014 to 2022
  • The State Of Indian Unicorns & Soonicorns
  • Top Investors Q1 2022

Summary

Total capital invested in Indian startups this quarter ($11.7 Bn) is almost equal to the annual funding for the calendar year 2020. Also, the average ticket size of funding rounds increased 69% from $16.6 Mn (Q1 2021) to $28 Mn (Q1 2022). Almost half (48% precisely) of the venture capital inflow this quarter was into Enterprise tech ($2.03 Bn), Ecommerce ($1.9 Bn), and Fintech ($1.8 Bn). Media & Entertainment along with edtech which were among the top three sectors with the highest amount of venture capital investments in Q1 2021 failed to make it to the top three this time.

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