Pet care tech startup Floap secures seed funding from global, Indian angel investors


A Bengaluru- based pet care tech startup Floap, has raised an undisclosed amount in seed funding from global and India-based angel investors. The invested funds will be used to evolve Floap and help scale its business.

Floap is a platform for pet owners and pet service providers across India to connect and help each other. The pet care startup was founded in 2018 by Shruthi V Nithin.

Whether it is a hamster, Rottweiler, or Bengal cat, Floap’s database contains premium verified listings for services that will assist a pet parent from the moment they decide to bring home a pet.

These include adoption centers, training providers, veterinarians, pet sitters and walkers, pet friendly restaurants, hotels and many more.

“With the exponential rise in the pet ownership, the pet care industry is growing at a fast pace in India. The pet care industry is here to grow & sustain, while we need platforms platforms which can cater to and provide 360 degree pet care solutions to make the industry more organized. Floap has created a platform to meet all the industry demands and take the Indian pet care industry to the next level,” said Shabir Momin, one of the investors of Floap who is a serial entrepreneur and Managing Director and Chief Technology Officer of Zenga TV.

Other investors include Rohit Nanda, a Singapore-based equity investor, Priyadarshi Mohapatra, who is currently at a senior leadership position at Microsoft India and Saurabh Pathak, Founder of Digital Democracy and Cafe Gurukul.

Furthermore, these investors come with vast experience across different industries and will also be advising Floap’s management team in strategy and growth.

These investors will also be advising Floap’s management team in strategy and growth.


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