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Furniture rental platform RentMojo to secure ₹27.74 cr from Samsung Venture,...

RentMojo, a furniture rental platform, based out of Bengaluru, is set to raise ₹27.74 crore from Samsung Venture arm and Mitsui Sumitomo. After the infusion...

Kunal Shah’s Cred raises $120 million in series B round from...

Cred, a Bengaluru-based credit card bill payment startup, has been able to raise close to $120 million (approx ₹861.39 crore) as a part of...

Kunal Shah’s Cred bags $4 million from Sequoia Capital India

Cred, a Bengaluru-based credit card bill payment startup has gained $4 million (approx ₹27 crore) from Sequoia Capital India. The investment came after finalising...

RentMojo secures ₹1.16 crore from CEO of Upgrade Renaud Laplanche

RentMojo, a Bengaluru-based appliances and furniture rental startup, has bagged ₹1.16 crore from Renaud Laplanche, cited yourstory. Renaud Laplanche is the CEO and co-founder of...

List of top 10 Kalaari Capital investments in India

Bengaluru-based early stage venture capital firm Kalaari Capital was founded by Vani Kola in 2006. It invests in technology-enabled startups across fintech, edtech, health...

List of top 10 SAIF Partners investments in India

China and India-based early-stage venture firm SAIF Partners was founded by Andrew Yan in 2001. It is a sector agnostic investment firm that focuses on...

Online furniture startup Urban Ladder set to raise ₹36 crores from...

Bengaluru-based online furniture startup Urban Ladder is raising around ₹36 crores ($5.06 million) in a fresh debt funding round from Trifecta Capital. The startup has...

Thinktank IndiaTech appoints Rameesh Kailasam as new CEO

Thinktank and lobby group IndiaTech has announced the appointment of Rameesh Kailasam, as its new CEO, the news comes about four months after the resignation of Gyanendra...

Urban Ladder gets single brand retail trade license from DIPP

DIPP has granted a single brand retail trade licence to online furniture retailer Urban Ladder. With this, the company is now looking to expand its presence offline.