Weekly Funding report of Milk Basket and DriveU and more Weekly Digest #6.

Weekly Digest

Milk Basket:

Milkbasket online grocery startup funded by Mayfield India with $1.37 Million (INR 10Cr). This funding round is conducted under the supervision of, Nikhil Khattau who is managing director of Mayfield. The startup is based out in Gurugram, started in the year 2015.


Bangalore based startup has raised INR 7Cr from Stevens Creek Ventures which is based out in Silicon Valley. The startup started in the year 2015 by Ramprasad Shastry, Ashok Shastry, and Amulmeet Singh Chadh. It will use the funding for expanding its operations in the country over various locations.


The startup funded by venture catalyst around INR 3.5 Cr. The venture catalyst involving various investors Omphalos Venture India LLP, Rishabh Mahimtura, Anil Patel, Vishal Brambhatt, and others. It is based out in Bangalore, started in the year 2017 by Kalyandhar Vinukoda and Pratibha Shalini.


The FreshRooms is a sanitation startup which is based out in Indore started in the year 2017. It raised $415,000 (INR 3 Cr) from the angel investors, the name of investors did not know. The startup is using the IoT technology for running of it.


Perpule retail-based fintech startup raised $ 4.7 million by series A funding from Prime Venture Partners, Kalaari Capital, and Venture Highway.  This started in the year 2016 by Abhinav Pathak, Saketh BSV, and Yogesh Ghaturle.


HealthifyMe fitness platform raised $ 6 million from series B round. The investors involved in the funding Sistema Asia Fund, Samsung NEXT, Chiratae Ventures, Inventus Capital, and Blume Ventures. The raised amount is used for expanding its operations at the international level.

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