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TICE Funding Index: Monsoon Magic! Funding Rains Across Startups

It's raining money for startups! This week's funding boom saw millions invested in startups across tech, healthcare, and EVs! Find out which sectors are hottest and which startup landed a whopping $45 mn! Watch TICE TV for full breakdown of funding news.

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Swati Dayal
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This week, as Delhi rejoices in the refreshing monsoon showers, the startup ecosystem is abuzz with a flurry of funding activities. In this week's TICE Funding News, we highlight the significant investments that have poured into various sectors, showcasing the vibrant and dynamic nature of the startup landscape. From innovative tech solutions to sustainable mobility, these startups are making waves with substantial financial backing.

Funding Sentiment This Week

The funding sentiment this week reflects a robust appetite for innovation and growth across multiple sectors. Investors are increasingly placing their bets on startups that offer cutting-edge technology, sustainable solutions, and efficient business models. The sectors that saw the most significant influx of funds include HR tech, B2B SaaS, electric mobility, online healthcare, and fashion marketplaces. This diversity indicates a broad interest in fueling advancements that cater to evolving market needs and consumer preferences.

Startup Amount Raised Investor(s) Purpose
KarmaCheck $45 million Parameter Ventures, NextView Ventures, PruVen Capital, Velvet Sea Ventures Accelerate technology development and expand into new industry verticals
Rocketlane $24 million 8VC, Matrix Partners India, Nexus Venture Partners Launch new products, innovate customer portal, accelerate AI plans
Matter $10 million Japan Airlines, Translink Fund, Info Edge, Helena Special Investments Fund Expand operations, distribution, and factory setup
Cloudphysician $10.5 million Peak XV Partners, Elevar Equity, Panthera Peak Expand in India and internationally, develop AI platform
Zyod $18 million RTP Global, Stride Ventures, Trifecta Capital, Alteria Capital Expand customer base globally, strengthen tech capabilities, expand product categories
Wahter Rs 5 crore Not specified Expand distribution network, optimize production processes, enhance advertising innovations
Nitro Commerce INR 15 crore Cornerstone Venture Partners, Warmup Ventures, Lead Angels, Dholakia Ventures Provide technology to new-age online brands for customer acquisition
Sid's Farm $10 million Omnivore, Narotam Sekhsaria's family office Establish strong presence in Hyderabad and Bengaluru, enhance manufacturing capabilities
Smartworks $20.24 million Keppel, Ananta Capital Ventures Fund I, Plutus Capital, family trusts, HNIs Growth and expansion, general corporate expenses
Rupeek $15 million Elevation Capital Not specified

Highlights of Top Investments

KarmaCheck Secures $45 Million

KarmaCheck, a background-checking startup led by LinkedIn cofounder Eric Ly, has raised $45 million in a round led by Parameter Ventures. This San Francisco-based company aims to use the funds to enhance its technology and expand into new industry verticals. With clients like Domino's Pizza and McDonald's, KarmaCheck is known for its efficient background-checking processes, delivering results almost twice as fast as traditional methods.

Rocketlane Raises $24 Million

Rocketlane, a B2B SaaS startup, has raised $24 million in a round co-led by 8VC, Matrix Partners India, and Nexus Venture Partners. Based in Chennai, Rocketlane plans to use the funds to launch new products and accelerate its AI development. The company, founded in 2020, offers a unified workspace for client onboarding projects and has a customer base of over 500 companies, including prominent Indian SaaS firms.

Matter Gains $10 Million

Electric mobility startup Matter has secured approximately $10 million in its maiden equity funding round. Investors such as Japan Airlines & Translink Fund, Info Edge's Capital 2B Fund, and Helena Special Investments Fund participated in this round. Based in Ahmedabad, Matter manufactures premium e-bikes and plans to expand its operations and distribution networks.

Top Investors This Week

Parameter Ventures

Parameter Ventures emerged as a significant player this week, leading the $45 million round for KarmaCheck. Their investment underscores a keen interest in tech-driven solutions for streamlining business operations.

8VC, Matrix Partners India, and Nexus Venture Partners

These investors co-led Rocketlane's $24 million funding round, demonstrating a strong commitment to fostering innovation in the B2B SaaS space.

Omnivore and Narotam Sekhsaria Family Office

Omnivore, alongside the family office of Ambuja Cements founder Narotam Sekhsaria, invested $10 million in Sid's Farm, showcasing an interest in sustainable and high-quality dairy products.

This week's TICE Funding News highlights the dynamic and diverse nature of the startup ecosystem, with substantial investments across various sectors. From background-checking tech to electric mobility and dairy products, the funding landscape is rich with opportunities and innovation. As investors continue to back startups with promising technologies and sustainable solutions, the future looks bright for these emerging companies. Stay tuned for more updates on the latest in startup funding and innovation.

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