Whether it’s post-budget melancholy or something else going on in the world, funding for startups on Thursday is set to hit $12 million with only one deal reaching $12 million. were scattered.
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) startup Freightify raised $1,200 in Series A funding, combining equity and debt from Sequoia Capital India, TMV, and Alteria Capital, along with other existing ventures raised millions of dollars.
A Toddler Thing raises Rs 2.2 billion led by Mumbai Angels
A Toddler Thing, a D2C (direct to customer) brand focused on the baby segment, has raised Rs 2.2 crore in a funding round led by Mumbai Angels and other investors.
The startup said it will use the new funding for marketing and expansion activities, along with expanding its product line. Founded in 2017, A Toddler Thing, so far he has processed over 1.5 million orders.
OLL Raises Funding from Shark Tank India Jury
Edtech startup OLL has raised Rs 3 lakh in seed round funding from Lenskart CEO Peyush Bansal and SUGAR Cosmetics CEO Vineeta Singh. The startup plans to use the funding to expand its service to more cities.
OLL is an online marketplace for teachers and learners that offers learning services on subjects such as technology, finance, robotics, fintech, coding, and public speaking.
Abhinay Maths raises funding from Classplus
Edtech startup Abhinay Maths has raised an undisclosed round of funding from another Edtech company, Classplus. The company will use this capital to expand its operations and extend its reach into Tier II and III cities.
This partnership with Classplus will allow Abhinay Maths to leverage the former’s technical and curricular expertise and expand its reach. Founded in 2017 by Abhinay Sharma, the startup focuses on preparing for competitive exams for various government jobs and claims to have 2.5 million subscribers. .
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