Posts Tagged ‘ Prime Venture Partners ’
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Manu P Toms
Affordplan, a Delhi-based fintech startup that makes healthcare services accessible through planned savings for non-emergency treatments, raised $3 mi...
Honchos of leading consumer internet companies in India have jointly hailed the demonetization move of the Central government. In an industry forum organised in New Delhi on Wednesday, top executives from companies such as Flipkart, Snapdeal, Shopclues, CCAvenues, 1mg Technolgoies, Ola and Oyo Rooms...
17 November, 2016 |
Bangalore-based Minions Ventures Pvt. Ltd, which runs invoice discounting platform KredX, has raised $6.25 million (around Rs 42 crore)in its Series A round of funding led by marquee investment firm Sequoia India. The company’s existing investor Prime Venture Partners has also participated in the ...
25 October, 2016 |
Amsterdam-headquartered fintech investment firm Orange Growth Capital is setting foot in India. The three-year-old venture capital firm, which has a $150 million global fund, is focused on investments in Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Operating out of Singapore in Asia, the firm has already e...
24 October, 2016 |
Bala Parthasarathy, who quit as managing partner of seed-stage investment firm Prime Venture last year, has joined hands with two other entrepreneurs to set up financial technology venture MoneyTap. MoneyTap, operated by Bengaluru-based MWYN Tech Pvt. Ltd, claims it is India’s first app-based ...
28 September, 2016 |
About 150 startup entrepreneurs and investors had a chance to visit the offices of top venture capital firms, accelerator and a VC-backed top tech firm during the ‘Startup Walkabout’ as part of the Techcircle Startup 2016 summit in Bengaluru. The participants met key people at Kalaari Capital, A...
27 April, 2016 |
Bangalore-based Minions Ventures Pvt Ltd, which runs invoice discounting platform KredX, has raised $750,000 (around Rs 5 crore) in funding from Prime Venture Partners. KredX, earlier known as Mandii, connects credit-worthy micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to individual financiers. A form...
13 April, 2016 |
LoveCycles, a women’s health tracker focused on menstrual cycles and associated symptoms, has raised Rs 5 crore (around $742060) from Bangalore-based early stage investor Prime Venture Partners (previously AngelPrime). The app was formally launched in India today on International Women’s Day...
8 March, 2016 |
Bangalore-based seed stage capital firm AngelPrime has raised Rs 300 crore ($46.82 million) for its second VC fund mostly from institutional investors from Silicon Valley, New York, Hong Kong, Europe and Singapore and a few high net-worth individuals, it said on Thursday. Its institutional investors...
30 July, 2015 |