Equirus InnovateX Fund Investing $25Mn in 20 Seed-Stage Startups

To support,foster seed-stage technology startups Equirus has launched a $25-million investment vehicle, Equirus InnovateX Fund.

The Fund is targeting SaaS, deeptech, fintech, and emerging startups, and plans to invest an average ticket size of $500,000 to $1 million in about 15 to 20 seed-stage startups. The fund will mainly focus on business-to-business propositions.

The Fund will be headed by Sunder Nookala, who previously managed the technology and digital business at Equirus, and Sadhika Agarwal, who was the co-founder of Sudo Foods and is an investment banker by training.

“Post 2022, there has been a discernible shift in investment approach. We expect this recalibration in venture investing to continue. Capital deployment will remain cautious and favour sustainable business models with robust monetization potential,” said Sunder Nookala, early stage venture capitalist and Head of Tech and Digital at Equirus.

Equirus InnovateX Fund to foster innovation

“We believe that Equirus InnovateX Fund is more than just a financial investment; it’s a strategic partnership aimed at catalysing innovation, fostering growth, and contributing to the success stories of the next generation of tech leaders,” Nookala added. The fund will also help portfolio companies with strategic counsel, governance assistance, and building sustainable enterprises.

Equirus Group offers full-stack financial services such as investment banking for corporate banking solutions for corporates, structured finance, private equity, M&A, insurance broking services, and wealth products and portfolio management.

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