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Logistics startup Locus raises $2.75M in Series A funding from Exfinity, Blume and others

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Logistics management platform Locus, run by Mara Labs Inc, has raised $2.75 million (around Rs 18.3 crore) in Series A funding round led by Exfinity Venture Partners with participation from Blume Ventures and BeeNext, besides Rajesh Ranavat, managing director of Fung Capital. Existing investors also...

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Enablers of e-commerce to produce next set of winners: Blume Ventures’ Sanjay Nath

Seed investor Blume Ventures has been one of the more prolific early-stage VC firms in India figuring in the top charts for two year running (click here  and here ). However, it was virtually absent in terms of fresh investments last year, as its maiden fund of under $30 million neared exhaustion a...

6 January, 2016 | More »

Mobile-based consumer internet firms will be 2016 winners: Blume Ventures’ Nath

Mumbai-based seed-stage venture capital firm Blume Ventures recently raised $30 million for its second fund to mark the first fundraising milestone. The fund has an overall target corpus of $60 million. As the group begins the second leg of its investment journey, Sanjay Nath, co-founder and managin...

31 December, 2015 | More »

Co-investing can mitigate high risk of early-stage funding, says Sanjay Nath, managing partner, Blume Ventures

Early-stage VC fund Blume Ventures, started by Sanjay Nath and Karthik Reddy in 2010, has been active this year, closing around 7-8 investments this year itself,  all as a co-investor. Though sector-agnostic, the fund clearly has a preference for start-ups with niche products. In an interaction wit...

19 July, 2012 | More »

Co-investing can mitigate high risk of early-stage funding, says Sanjay Nath, managing partner, Blume Ventures

Early-stage VC fund Blume Ventures, started by Sanjay Nath and Karthik Reddy in 2010, has been active this year, closing around 7-8 investments this year itself,  all as a co-investor. Though sector-agnostic, the fund clearly has a preference for start-ups with niche products. In an interaction wit...

19 July, 2012 | More »