17 Early Stage Indian Startups Net $83.76M This Week

April 21, 2024: Seventeen early-stage Indian startups closed investment amounting to $83.76 million during the week, from 15th April to 20th April. Climate-focused deeptech startup Ecozen topped the list followed by training, certification, and recruitment services provider for grey collar Emversity (Beyond Odds), gaming startup LightFury Games, NBFC FincFriends, and shipping intelligence platform ClickPost.

The other funding success stories are quick-service burger chain Good Flippin’ Burgers, emergency healthcare provider Medulance, elder care startup VitusCare, RevOps startup Clientell, and SaaS-based customer experience startup ZEPIC among others.

The list of early-stage startups also includes nine startups that kept the funding amount undisclosed: IWill, TraqCheck, Svish, Advance Mobility, IndoSup, Almonds Ai, 100KMPH, Payinstacard, and BlackCarrot. For more information, visit TheKredible.

Delhi-NCR startups lead funding deals this week

In terms of the city-wise number of funding deals, Delhi-NCR-based startups led with 13 deals followed by Bengaluru, Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, Patna, and Hyderabad.

During the week, equivalent to 37 Indian startups raised nearly $310 million in funding. These deals include 10 growth-stage deals and 17 early-stage deals. Meanwhile, one growth-stage startup and nine early-stage startups did not disclose the amount raised.

Meanwhile, in the growth-stage deals, 10 startups successfully raised $225.86 million in funding this week. Cleantech startup GPS Renewables led the list with $50 million in debt funding. The list was followed by vernacular social media platform ShareChat, housing finance company Altum Credo, B2B procurement marketplace ProcMart, and aerospace components manufacturer JJG Aero which raised $48.86 million, $40 million, $30 million, and $12 million, respectively.

Further, consumer lending app RING, ESG and accounting and reporting consultation provider Uniqus Consultech, education-focussed NBFC Varthana, QSR chain Wow! Momo, and provider of decentralized solar-hybrid mini-grids Husk Power Systems. Electric cycle maker EMotorad also secured undisclosed funding this week.

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