Posts Tagged ‘ InnoVen Capital ’
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Almost 65% founders and CXOs at Indian startups feel the ecosystem is in a bubble, and close to one in five among those (18%) feel the bubble is close to bursting, says India Startup Outlook Report 2017 released by venture debt firm InnoVen Capital. The report, which draws on startup leaders’ ...
Bangalore-based accommodation startup Zolo (previously known as Zelo) has raised $5 million in Series A funding led by existing investor Nexus Venture Partners. The funding round also saw participation from venture debt firm Innoven Capital. The company plans to use the raised capital to scale its s...
16 January, 2017 |
Temasek-backed venture debt firm InnoVen Capital India Pvt. Ltd has invested Rs 110 crore ($16 million) in 13 startups including food ordering startup Swiggy and insurance provider Coverfox in the October-December 2016 quarter. The venture debt firm also invested in furniture rental startup Furlenco...
9 January, 2017 |
Capillary Technologies, a SaaS-based CRM (customer relationship management) solutions provider, has acquired ecommerce technology solutions and services provider Sellerworx Online Service Pvt Ltd for an undisclosed amount. The move is aimed at strengthening Capillary’s product portfolio and to ena...
4 October, 2016 |
Online fashion marketplace Voonik Technologies Pvt. Ltd said on Tuesday it has appointed former Amazon India executive Raghu Lakkapragada as its chief operating officer. Lakkapragada will be responsible for the delivery operations and seller and customer experience, Voonik said in a statement. He is...
16 August, 2016 |
Bangalore-based jewellery e-tailer BlueStone has raised $30 million (Rs 200 crore) in a fresh round of investment led by financial services firm IIFL Holdings Ltd and Accel Partners. Kalaari Capital, RB Investments and IvyCap Ventures also invested in the Series D round, Bluestone Jewellery and Life...
18 July, 2016 |
InnoVen Capital (formerly SVB India, a venture debt arm of Silicon Valley Bank), which was recently acquired by Singapore government’s investment arm Temasek, has disclosed eight new portfolio companies. It said it has provided venture debt funding to Capillary Technologies (SaaS), Collectabi...
27 May, 2015 |