Indian Startup Fundings Of This Week

FreshToHome: Bengaluru-based online marketplace for perishable goods FreshToHome raised $11 Mn in Series A funding round led by CE Ventures with participation from Das Capital, Kortschak Investments, TTCER Partners, Al-Nasser Holdings, M&S Partners, Al-Nasser Holdings & Abdul Azeez Al-Ghurair from UAE, PLB other Asia and Valley-based Investors. 

Bira91Delhi-based craft beer maker B9 Beverages, the parent company of Bira91, raised $20 Mn in a bridge funding round. 

Homescreen Network: Bengaluru-based vernacular digital media startup Homescreen Network raised $2 Mn in a Series A round of funding from Saama Capital. 

GlowRoad: Bengaluru-based social commerce startup GlowRoad raised $11.5 Mn in a Series B+ funding round from South Korea-based Korea Investment Partners (KIP) and Singapore-based Vertex Ventures. The company is now looking to ramp up hiring across technology and customer care operations..

Airblack: Gurugram-based travel commerce startup Airblack raised $1.5 Mn in a seed funding round from Asia-focussed venture capital firm, SAIF Partners. The funds will be used to launch its consumer product, which is currently available on an invite-only basis. The company is also looking to ramp up its traveller and influencer community features and recruitment for its core team.

Clairco: Bengaluru-based cleantech startup Clairco raised an undisclosed amount of seed funding from US-based curated closed marketplace for startups and investors, AngelList. The fresh funds will be used to expand its footprint to key cities across the country and strengthen its core technology team.

UrbanClap: Gurugram-based hyperlocal startup UrbanClap’s founders— Abhiraj Bhal, Raghav Chandra and Varun Khaitan committed to $15Mn (approximately INR 107 Cr) investment in the home services company as part of its Series D round.

Skilancer Solar: Noida-based artificial intelligence startup Skilance Solar raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Dhianu Das’s venture capital fund, Alfa Ventures. The funds will help the company scale up operations and market presence.

Hyperhire: Delhi-based HRTech startup Hyperhire raised $200K seed funding from Seoul based early-stage venture capital firm Springcamp and supported by Korean government. The funds will be used to launch its job platform JOBKET in the country.

Leadstart Publishing: Mumbai-based mediatech startup  Leadstart Publishing raised $500K in a pre-Series A funding round from SucSEED Venture Partners. The funds will be used to scale operations, develop technology, and focus on customer acquisition.

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