#FundingAlert: Healthtech startup HexaHealth raised $4.5 million, Vahdam Teas raised $24 million
Here's a round-up of the latest funding news.
GTM Buddy raised $2 million in seed round
The Hyderabad-based sales-tech SaaS startup’s seed round was led by Stellaris Venture Partners. Founded by Sreedhar Peddineni, Santa Thounaojam, Sundar Vellaichamy, and Chandramani Tiwary, the company is reimagining the sales enablement category and intends to be a category disruptor.
The capital will be used for enhancing product capabilities and for building out the go-to-market teams – across sales, marketing and customer success functions.
SaaS startup Amagi raised $100 million
The Bengaluru-based firm’s funding round was led by Accel, Avataar Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, and Premji Invest. Founded in 2008 by Baskar Subramanian, Srinivasan KA, and Srividhya Srinivasan, the company has raised a total of $150 million from external investors to date.
Healthtech startup HexaHealth raised $4.5 million
The platform to digitise in-patient care has raised $4.5 million in seed funding led by Omidyar Network India and Chiratae Ventures, with participation from 3one4 Capital. The company has been co-founded by Vikas Chauhan, Ankur Gigras, and Dr Aman Priya Khanna.
The Gurugram-based company plans to use the capital to revolutionise the way Indians think of surgery and provide them with a seamless experience.
Byju’s raised ~$150 million from three investors
The new round of funds for the ed-tech company has come at a time when it is reportedly in talks with several investors to raise $1.5 billion at over $21 billion valuation.
Logistics startup Delhivery raised $76.4 million
Series I of the company was led by Addition. Delhivery had also announced the acquisition of Bengaluru-based Spoton Logistics for an undisclosed value. Spoton operates a pan India network covering more than 300 locations and over 22,000 pin codes.
Vahdam Teas raised $24 million in Series D
The latest funding round of the e-commerce startup that sells fresh teas was led by IIFL AMC’s Private Equity Fund. Existing backers along with a consortium of Sixth Sense Ventures affiliates, the Mankind Group Family Office, Kris Gopalkrishnan’s family office, Urmin Group and White Whale Ventures have also participated in the round.
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