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SaaS startup Hiver raises 30 crores from Kalaari and Kae Capital

Silicon Valley and Bengaluru-based SaaS startup Hiver has raised around ₹30 crores ($4 million) in a fresh funding round led by venture capital firms...

Used cars marketplace Truebil raises additional ₹15 crores in a round...

Mumbai-based online pre-owned cars marketplace Truebil has raised an additional funding of around ₹15 crores ($2 million) in a round led by existing investor Inventus...

List of top 20 logistics startups in India

According to the Economic Survey 2017-18, Indian logistics sector, which is currently worth $160 billion, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.5%...
List of Top 10 Indian apps providing instant loans, to end your cash crunch

List of Top 10 Indian apps providing instant personal loans, to...

We have all been in situations when we have run out of cash, but we still have one or more bills waiting to be...
Kae Capital invests ₹6.8 crores in liquor company Boutique Spirit Brands

Kae Capital invests ₹6.8 crores in liquor company Boutique Spirit Brands

Hard liquor company Boutique Spirit Brands (BSB) has raised ₹6.8 crores ($1 million) from venture capital firm Kae Capital. After the successful foray of Bira...
Timla Foods secure ₹13.7 crores in debt financing

Timla Foods secures ₹13.7 crores in debt financing

Hyderabad-based Timla Foods has raised ₹13.7 crores ($2 million) in debt financing from Anicut Capital, an investment firm with a focus on small and medium...
LoanTap secures ₹43 crores in equity funding round

LoanTap secures ₹43 crores in equity funding round

LoanTap, a digital lending platform has raised ₹43 crores ($6.25 million) in an equity funding round led by the venture capital firm Shunwei Capital,...

Kae Capital invests in Digital lending startup CrediFiable

The funding will be used by the Bengaluru-based lending startup to increase its monthly disbursal to over ₹5 crore.

Venture capital firm KEA Capital closes second fund at ₹340 crore

The VC firm is now planning to double the size of its investments in early-stage start-ups, as well as for follow-on investment in Series A and B rounds.