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AngelList and ET picked these individuals for the access they enjoy, follow-on rounds they have backed and the overall quality of these startups. ET spoke to these angel investors for providing another filter to the shortlist.
Blume Ventures puts $1.5 million in TapChief
The startup plans to use the funds to expand its network of professionals, enhance its product offering and integrate its technology with existing enterprise people management systems.
Zerodha steps up as angel investor
Rainmatter is more of an incubator than a fund, said the founder of a startup which raised funding from the initiative. Startups look for advice from Kamath and his backing reduces the ‘go to market’ time for the companies, the founder said.
L&T Cap likely to sell Dubai Wealth business
The wealth book is estimated to be about $200-250 million which may be valued between 2 and 5 percent of the book size.
EpiFi scores $13 million in its seed round
Funding tap is open for a host of ventures Sequoia Capital, Ribbit Capital, others pitch in.
Anshu Jain-backed InCred in race to buy Reliance wealth
Part of Anil Ambani group's plan to prune non-core assets after IL&FS crisis
Startups set to hire 200 CXOs in 12 months
Startups are looking for senior executives to help them scale and expand, having attracted a rush of investors as they remain unscathed by the macroeconomic headwinds.
Investcorp leads $11.2 mn investment in Bewakoof.com
Investcorp had raised Rs 1,000 crore in its maiden India-focussed private equity fund.
Cred closes $120m round as valuation jumps to $450m
Freecharge founder Kunal Shah, who launched Cred as his second venture, has positioned the company as a platform for all forms of credit card bill payments.
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TapChief is backed by Paytm’s Vijay Shekhar Sharma. In June, it got $650,000 from early-stage funds.
US venture firm General Catalyst may invest in Cred in its first India bet
The company’s Series-B round is being led by existing investors including Sequoia Capital, Ribbit Capital and Yuri Milner’s Apolleto Asia.
Tiger Global in talks to back Kunal Shah’s Cred
The round is expected to be led by existing backer Sequoia Capital India and Ribbit Capital besides China’s Hillhouse Capital in the less than one-year-old startup.
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Kunal Shah’s Cred in talks for $100 million from Hillhouse, others
Top funding deals in the works in startupland Sequoia and other existing investors likely to lead new round, valuing the firm at $400 million
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