Turtlemint, a Mumbai, India-based insurtech platform, secured USD 30m (INR 225 Cr) in funding.
InVideo, a Mumbai, India-based provider of a video creation platform that allows users to create high-quality videos for any form of digital media, raised $15M in Series A funding.
Prompt, a New York City, Delhi, and Singapore-based writing instruction and feedback company, raised a new seed funding round.
FreshToHome, a Bangalore, India-based integrated online fresh fish and meat e-commerce brand, raised $121M in Series C funding.
SquadStack, a San Francisco and New Delhi-based real estate tech startup, raised $5m in a Series A funding.
JetSynthesys, a Pune, Maharashtra, India-based new age digital entertainment and technology company focused on global gaming, digital entertainment, and interest-based social community platforms, has announced the 100% acquisition of Pune, India based mobile game development studio Nautilus Mobile.
Miko, an Indian robotics company, raised 23Cr in Pre-Series B funding.
Codeyoung, an Indian edtech startup dedicated to introducing coding to K12 students at an early age, secured a seed round of funding of undisclosed amount.
Servify, a Mumbai, India-based device lifecycle management platform that integrates multiple OEM Brands and their sales and service ecosystem to deliver great after-sales service experience, raised $23M in Series C financing.
Zuper, a Seattle, WA- and Chennai, India-based provider of an intelligent workforce and customer management platform, raised $1.1m in seed funding.
WinZO, a New Delhi, India-based gaming app, raised $18m in Series B funding.
The Eruditus group, consisting of Eruditus Executive Education and its online division EMERITUS, completed its Series D funding totaling $113m.
Interview Mocha, a Pune, India-based SaaS digital skills assessment startup which is rebranding itself as imocha, raised $600k in pre-series A funding.
FarEye, a Noida, India-based provider of a SaaS platform for real-time logistics tracking, raised an additional $13m in Series D funding.
Lead School, a Mumbai, India-based edtech company for schools to digitize the learning experience, raised $28m in Series C funding.