Funding

Grab invests $100 million into OYO OYO a budgeted hotel providing service in India received a $100 million investment from Grab. The investment was part of a $1 billion Series E round led by SoftBank’s Vision Fund. Grab has keen interest in entering the Indian market because of its huge consumer base. Grab has been investing a lot lately. Southeast Asian ride-hailing firm Grab has been strategically investing in Southeast Asia....

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UrbanClap got a generous Series D round for expansion. UrbanClap is an Indian startup providing home services across India. Its just been four years for the company that recently raised a $50 million Series D round for expansion. This has taken UrbanClap to $110 million raised to date. Steadview Capital led the round which was also funded by existing investor Vy Capital. Services that Urbanclap offers Urban clap...

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Brex a payment startup raises $125 million At just 22, Henrique Dubugras and Pedro Franceschi have developed their payments business, called Brex into a $1.1 billion enterprise. A recent $125 million Series C has brought their total to $ 200 million raised till date. San Francisco-based Brex provides startup founders access to corporate credit. Personal guarantee or deposit is not required. “We want to dominate corporate credit cards,”...

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BookMyShow raises $100 million in latest funding round Being one of  the India’s most preferred online entertainment ticketing platforms. The App is owned by Bigtree entertainment which raised $100 million in its latest round of investment. The Series D round was led by private investment firm TPG Growth and it included participation from existing investors. Headquartered in Mumbai, BookMyshow has till now raised a total of $225 million....

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CapitalG invests in Aye Finance All eyes are on the Indian Economy in current times. All major companies have been showing interest in investing in the Indian Market. Aye Finance, a provider of loans to small and medium businesses got CapitalG’s investments. CapitalG (Google Capital) made its first investment in India by backing the micro-loan startup. CapitalG led the $21.5 million Series C round which also included...

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