Of 29 Indian startups that got funded this quarter, real estate gets top investment

Lyra Reyes
indian startups

Funding received by three real estate startups made up 58 per cent of total funds raised.

We went on one of our usual dives into the e27 startups database and found out that 43 Indian startups were funded just in the first quarter of 2017.

Here’s a quick list of 29 funded Indian startups (startups with undisclosed series amounts were excluded from this list):

1. PropTiger | US$55M

An online real estate platform with full stack services from search to sale. Funded by Softbank and REA Group.

 

2. Marvel Realtors | US$22M

Luxury real estate developer. Funded by Piramal Realty.

 

3. Belong | US$10M

Data-driven hiring solution that matches companies to candidates who best fit their requirements and are most inclined to move. Funded by Sequoia Capital and Matrix Partners India.

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4. Now Floats | US$10M

A platform that lets small and medium businesses gain online presence through the use of SMS. Sending out updates to customers through the use of algorithm. Funded by Blume Ventures, IIFL, Omidyar Network, and Iron Pillar.

 

5. Travel Triangle | US$10M

Online travel discovery and booking platform showcasing promoting local travel agencies operating all over India. Funded by RB Investments, SAIF Partners, and Bessemer Venture Partners.

 

6. Flutura | US$7.5M

Big data analytics company. Funded by Vertex Ventures, The Hive, and Lumis Partners.

 

7. Zolo | US$5M

Marketplace for on-demand talent and professional skills. Funded by Nexus Venture Partners and InnoVen Capital India.

 

8. RML Agtech | US$4M

Technology company providing tech support solutions to farmers, helping them improve productivity and profitability. Funded by IvyCap Ventures.

 

9. Favista | US$2M

Real estate brokerage offering end-to-end property services. Funded by Coldwell Banker India.

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10. HyperTrack |US$1.5M

Software startup building a tracking operating system that is hyper accurate and has low battery consumption. Funded by VY Capital.

 

11. Airmed Pathology Labs | US$1.4M

Diagnostic support platform through a network of pathologists. Funded by Brand Capital.

 

12. Hansel.io | US$1.35M

Complete toolkit for developers offering runtime controls for code, UI, and security to instantly modify live apps. Funded by IDG Ventures India and Endiya Partners

 

13. NeoStencil | US$1M

Edtech company connecting teachers and student by providing online live classrooms. Funded by Brand Capital and 91 Springboard.

 

14. SlicePay | US$500K

Digital payment platform providing a simplified payment channel. Funded by Blume Ventures and Tracxn Labs.

 

15. PeeBuddy | US$450K

Developed a waterproof plastic funnel-device to address inconveniences women experience in using public toilets. Funded by Indian Angel Network.

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16. BabyOnBoard | US$400K

Mobile application allowing users to create photo and video based timelines for their babies. Funded by FbStart.

 

17. Fyle | US$400K

Expense management and reporting platform for businesses. Funded by Beenext.

 

18. HopBucket | US$400K

A trip discovery and planning platform that allows users to search and collect trip ideas from other users. Funded by FbStart.

 

19. AdUrCup | US$325K

Procurement application for quick-service restaurants. Funded by GHV Accelerator.

 

20. GoBumpr | US$300K

Mobile online platform for service, maintenance, and repair of cars and bikes that also offers 24/7 breakdown assistance. Funded by The Chennai Angels.

 

21. YOLO Health | US$235K

Digital health platform built to deliver high-quality, convenient, and affordable healthcare services. Funded by Chandigarh Angels Network.

 

22. Carnot | US$100K

Technology company developing a plug-and-play car platform that allows users to digitally connect a car for easier and accurate tracking. Funded by Qualcomm.

 

23. iFuture Systems | US$100K

Technology company developing intelligent machines for industrial inspection, automation, and robotics. Funded by Qualcomm.

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24. Uncanny Vision | US$100K

A startup developing optimised computer vision solutions. Funded by Qualcomm.

 

25. Bookbhook | US$40K

Mobile book summary app in English and Hindi. Funded by FbStart.

 

26. Leopetra | US$40K

Online platform for petlovers and owners to discover information about their pets, schedule appointments with veterinarians, view day care centre ratings, and avil of pet supplies delivery. Funded by FbStart.

 

27. NearGroup | US$40K

Speed dating app for anonymous chatting with four people at a time. Funded by FbStart and Dropbox.

 

28. SALEAPP | US$40K

Advertising platform allowing users to post classified ads in any leading newspaper online. Funded by FbStart.

 

29. Triporb | US$40K

A social travel mobile app that lets users create travel books for viewing. Also allows travel agents to engage with travellers community. Funded by FbStart.

 

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