Healthcare Platform Medikabazaar raised $75 million in series C funding led by Creaegis, along with CDC Group, making it the highest fundraising in the B2B healthcare sector.
Healthtech startup Ayu Health has raised $6.3 million in a Series A funding round from Vertex Ventures and Stellaris Venture Partners.
Healthcare startup Hexahealth has raised Rs.33 Crores in a funding round led by Omidyar Network and Chiratae Ventures. The funds will be used to transform the surgery experience for patients.
Online community-based health and fitness marketplace Fittr raised $11.5 million in Series A funding. Plans are to use this capital to step up growth and expansion into new markets, including North America, the United Kingdom and Singapore.
Freshworks, the first Indian SaaS Startup to get listed on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange has raised over $1.3 billion through its IPO at a valuation of $10.13 billion. This IPO has opened doors for Indian SaaS Companies with over 500+ staff becoming crorepatis.
Digital Credit Platform Zest Money has raised funding of $50 million from Australia-based company Zip Co Limited. Zip will be a minority shareholder in the company and will have a board seat.
Blockchain technology startup New Street Technologies has raised $4 million from a group of private investors, Indian bankers. They will utilize these funds to expand their business operations in the US, Europe and Africa.
FloBiz has raised $31 million in Series B round from renowned angels like Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Kunal Shah and many more. The startup is planning to use funds for team expansion, product development and scaling distribution to serve more businesses.
Fintech Startup ePayLater has raised $10 million from Responsability Investments AG, Blue Ashva Capital, Pravega Ventures and others. ePayLater specializes as pay later firm for small businesses.
Fintech startup Bright Money has raised $31 million in a Series A round from Sequoia Capital India, Falcon Edge Capital and Hummingbird Ventures for an undisclosed amount.