Founded in 2006 in Bengaluru by Vani Kola, Kalaari Capital is a venture capital firm that primarily focuses on technology-related companies in India. With a track record spanning over three funds, it has made more than 110 investments and has been involved in notable exits such as Myntra and Snapdeal.
Additionally, it has partially exited from Zivame. Managing assets worth $650 million, Kalaari Capital boasts a robust advisory team based in Bangalore, specializing in early-stage investments. The firm is deeply committed to investing in visionary entrepreneurs who have the potential to become global leaders of tomorrow. Notably, in 2015, Kalaari Capital raised a significant fund of $290 million, which was the largest fund raised by an Indian venture capital firm at that time.
Mumbai-based aastey was founded in 2021, It is the first D2C startup to crack the manufacturing of recycled polyester apparel, according to its founders. The startup offers a wide range of options from leggings and sports bras to yoga mats, eye masks, tote bags, and more.
The Platform is founded by Kanupriya Mundhra and Jeevika Tyagi. Aastey has raised a total funding of $1.34M in a seed fund round by Kalaari Capital on Feb 22, 2022
Active.Ai, established in 2016, is a conversational platform powered by artificial intelligence. It was founded by Ravi Shankar, Shankar Narayanan Srinivasan, and Parikshit Paspulati. This platform specializes in serving financial institutions by facilitating customer interactions.
It offers intelligent virtual assistants that enable banks and credit unions to automate processes and enhance customer engagement with valuable insights. Active.Ai has secured a total funding of $14.8M in 6 rounds.
Tejbir Singh, Aditya Sharma, and Ishaan Varshney founded Affordplan in 2016, it is a fintech platform where that provides healthcare affordability.
Affordplan has gained a total funding of $13.6M in 1 Seed and 2 Early-Stage. it has total 9 investors such as Lok Capital, Kalaari Capital, Flourish, Prime Venture Partners
Taranjeet Singh Bhamra, Deepak Jaiswal, and Mrigank Sharad founded Agnext in 2016, It is a platform where they monitor and help to improve agricultural food quality.
AgNext has raised a total funding of $25.3M in 5 rounds it has a total of 12 investors in its portfolio such as IKP Knowledge Park, Kalaari Capital, Alpha Wave, Startup Karnataka
It is a B2B agri-input e-commerce marketplace. It is founded by Avi Jain and Mukul Garg in 2020. The platform brings small retailers and manufacturers on one platform.
Agrim secured $10M in a Series A round from Kalaari Capital, Omnivore, and 3 more investors on Nov 20, 2021.
Founded by Ramachandra Raju and Shiva Bayyapunedi in 2017, It is a game development company.
Kalaari Capital invested an undisclosed amount in a Seed funding round on Feb 07, 2022. The Platform has only one Investor.
Founded in 2007 by Nitin Gupta it is a group of recycling in the electrical and electronic industry. It is also an electronic asset management platform.
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Attero has secured a total funding of $31.1M in 3 rounds, the platform has a total of 12 investors in its portfolio such as New Enterprise Associates, IFC, DFJ, Kalaari Capital
Baaz, founded in 2019 by Anubhav Sharma, is a Mobility Platform that aids Gig Workers in optimizing their delivery operations by utilizing its internally developed Cost Efficient Bikes (known as Baaz Bikes).
These bikes are made available through partnerships with Local Bike Rental Partners. Additionally, Baaz incorporates a highly advanced Dense Automated Battery Swapping Infrastructure (referred to as Baaz Swap), which ensures virtually unlimited range for the bikes. This comprehensive solution enables Gig Workers to make deliveries with maximum efficiency and minimal costs.
Gaurav Singh Kushwaha founded BlueStone in 2011, It is India’s largest digital-first fine jewelry brand. It provides bangles, bracelets, rings, earrings, chains, pendants, mangalsutras, nose pins, and cufflinks.
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The Platform has raised a total funding of $112M in 1 Seed, 2 Early-Stage, and 6 Late-Stage.
In 2017, founded by Abhas Saroha and Oliver Jones, It is a card & toy company that makes games for India such as Card Wars, Card Party, Dice Master, and more.
Their game is available for both ios and Android. It has secured a total funding of $9.5M in 4 rounds. It has a total of 11 investors in its portfolio such as Kalaari Capital, 10000 Startups, AdvantEdge, Startup Karnataka, and other investors.
In 2013, founded by Swati and Rohan Bhargava, It is one of the largest cashback and coupon sites in India. The Platform Partnering with 500+ words. It has raised a total funding of $32.5M in 3 Seeds, 2 Early-Stage, and 1 Late-Stage.
The Platform has a total of 30 investors in its portfolio such as Korea Investment Partners, Kalaari Capital, Korea Investment Partners, and other investors.
Bhaktha Keshavachar, Mahalingam Koushik B, and Ravi Prasad founded Chara Technologies. It is a scalable cloud-controlled, and rare-earth free platform.
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Kalaari Capital and CIIE Invested $851K in a Seed funding round on Mar 30, 2021. It has raised a total funding of $5.66M in 4 rounds.
Akash Gupta and Abhinav founded Clean Electric in May 2018, It is a manufacturer of electric trucks. Their advanced battery technology is capable of V2G & V2V. Clean Electric has raised a total funding of $2.35M in 2 seed funding rounds.
It has a total of 12 investors in its Portfolio such as Kalaari Capital, CIIE, LetsVenture, iCreate, and many more.
In Nov 2021, founded by Anirudh Gupta. CLIMES is a climate tech company. The platform provides carbon neutralization. Climes has raised a total funding of $1.2M in 1 seed funding round.
The Platform has a total of 10 investors in its portfolio such as Sequoia Capital, Kalaari Capital, Avaana Capital Advisors, Rainmatter Technology, and others investors.
Suresh Singh, Shubham Gupta, and Rahul Kumar founded it in 2016, It connects multiple sectors of the healthcare system and gives full control to the patient over their information.
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Apart from this, they provide multiple features such as 24/7 online bookings. It has raised a total funding of $2.66M in 4 seed funding rounds.
Convin, established in 2020, empowers sales professionals to gain insights from their dialogues. The co-founders of Convin include Ashish Santhalia, Atul Shree, Durgesh, and Bharat Patidar.
The platform facilitates managers in reviewing conversations and providing scalable feedback to their teams. The Platform has raised a total funding of $2.44M in 2 rounds.
Founded in 2020 by Nikhil Naik, and Prerna A Jhunjhunwala It is an Edtech startup that provides early learning for children. They also provide a smart track system to the parents, so they can easily track their children’s progress.
Creative Galileo has secured a total funding of $10M in 1 Seed and 1 Early-Stage. It has a total of 11 investors in its Portfolio such as East Ventures, Affirma Capital, Kalaari Capital, Smile
CreditVidya, headquartered in Hyderabad, was established in 2012 by Abhishek Agarwal and Rajiv Raj. The company provides a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform that enables businesses to integrate personalized credit products.
CreditVidya has raised a total funding of $10.3M in 2 Seed and 4 Early-Stage. The Platform has a total of 15 investors in its portfolio such as Matrix Partners India, Kalaari Capital, Inclusive Fintech 50, Unitary Helion, and other Investors.
Cure. fit is a healthcare startup founded by Mukesh Bansal and Ankit Nagori in 2016. The startup leverages technology and data to facilitate people to live a healthy lifestyle at an affordable cost.
The Platform has secured $75 million in a Series D funding round. some Existing investors also participated in the funding round such as Accel, Kalaari Capital, and IDG Ventures on May 2019.
Founded by Malini Adapureddy in 2021, It is a Bengaluru-based skincare brand. It offers hydrating serums, acne control serums, brightening serums, exfoliating serums, and more for different skin types and conditions.
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The platform has raised a total funding of $2.35M in 2 rounds.
It is a Bangalore-based real money gaming startup. The startup is founded by Ninad Bhagwat in 2017.
The startup wants to dominate the real money gaming market. All-Star Games Raises $1.5M In pre-series round led by Lumikal. The Platform is backed by Kaalari Capital.
Digantara Research and Technologies Pvt Ltd, founded in December 2018, is an Indian company with a primary focus on promoting a sustainable space environment. The company is currently engaged in designing an in-situ space debris detector, which will provide services such as Space Debris Mapping and Analysis, Collision Avoidance, and Orbit Determination.
The founders of the company are Anirudh Sharma, Rahul Rawat, and Tanveer Ahmed. The Platform has raised a total funding of $12.5M in 1 Seed,1 Early-Stage, and 1 Grant.
Mumbai-based Dream11 is a fantasy sports platform founded by Harsh Jain and Bhavit Sheth in 2008. The platform allows users to play multiple games such as cricket, basketball football, and many others.
The Platform has raised a total funding of $725M in 2 Early-Stage and 4 Late-Stage. It has a total of 15 investors including TPG, TCV, Tencent, Chimera, Kaalari capitals, and other investors.
Dubverse is a video content dubbing platform founded by Varshul Gupta and Anuja Dhawan in 2021. The platform automatically translates video content into multiple Indian languages.
The Platform has raised a total funding of $800K in 2 rounds. It has a total of 10 investors in its portfolio such as Kalaari Capital, JioGenNext, VSP, Fundfolio, and other investors.
EdGE Networks, founded by Arjun Partap, specializes in providing talent acquisition and workforce management solutions to enterprises. They achieve this by leveraging advanced Natural Language Processing (NLP) technologies, data science algorithms, and a proprietary intelligence layer.
The Platform has secured $4.5 million in a Series A funding round which is led by Kalaari Capital with participation from Ventureast.
Sandeep Deshmukh, Saurabh Nigam, and Shitiz Bansal founded ElasticRun in 2016. It is a logistics & distribution Platform. It is specially designed to help businesses.
ElasticRun has secured $40M in Series C round from Prosus, Kalaari Capital, and 2 other investors. It has a total of 25 investors in its Portfolio such as Norwest Venture Partners, SoftBank Group, Naspers, Prosus, and other investors.
Elevar Sports was founded by Aayush Tapuriah and Kunal Joshi in 2017. It is an e-commerce platform that offers brand cricket bats.
Elevar has secured Rs 19 crore in its Series A round which is led by Kalaari Capital. Dream Capital also take participation in this round on August 2021.
The Startup is founded by Saurabh Pandey and Akshay Dubey in 2020. It is a live-streaming and social gaming Platform. Users can earn rewards in a live stream as well they can interact with their fans.
The Platform has raised a total funding of $16M in 2 Seed and 1 Early-Stage. It has a total of 22 investors in its portfolio such as Sequoia Capital, Kalaari Capital, KB Investment, LetsVenture, and others.
Founded in 2012 by Aditi Avasthi It is an edu-tech Startup. The company provides personalized educational feedback services for students. The Platform has secured total funding of $11.7M in 1 Seed, 3 Early-Stage, and 1 Debt.
It has a total of 16 investors in its Portfolio such as Innoven Capital, Lightbox, Kalaari Capital, Toshvin Analytical, and other investors.
In 2016, Arjun Reddy, Kameshwaran Elangovan, Keyur Patel, and Ramkumar Subramaniam founded Guardian. The Startup focuses on enabling blockchain-based commerce through its Omni Blockchain legitimacy protocol.
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The Platform secured $12 million in a Series A round which is led by Kalaari Capital and other private investor groups on Nov 2021.
It is an artificial intelligence founded by Aakrit Vaish and Swapan Rajdev in 2013. It is a conversational assistant for brands to transform the customer experience. The company specializes in developing technology that empowers enterprises to create conversational AI systems.
These systems enable users to have free-format, natural language conversations with applications and electronic devices, whether through speech or text. Haptik secured $1 million in funding from Kalaari Capital in Sep 2014.
Founded by Sandeep Gudibanda, Prasad Basavaraj, Raghuraj Raju, and Chaitanya Raju in 2014, It is a digital health platform. HealthPlix provides apps for patients and doctors separately. They offer multiple services such as consulting.
HealthPlix has secured a total funding of $43.1M in 10 rounds. It has a total of 20 investors in its portfolio such as Chiratae Ventures, Innoven Capital, BlackSoil, Kalaari Capital, and other investors.
In 2015, Neha Bagaria founded HerKey, which is India’s largest career engagement platform dedicated to empowering women. The platform aims to unlock opportunities, provide learning resources, and foster communities for women in India by connecting them with career champions and mentors.
The Platform has secured $4 million in funding from Kalaari Capital, 360 ONE Asset, and angel investors including Zia Mody, Puneet Dalmia, Pramit Jhaveri, Neeraj Bajaj, Akash Bhansali, and others.
Founded in 2011, Hiver is the world’s first customer service platform specifically designed for Google Workspace. It is Co-founded by Niraj Ranjan Rout. Hiver offers solutions for managing customer support and service.
Hiver has raised a total funding of $46.2M in 6 rounds. The Platform has 9 investors including Kalaari Capital, Kae Capital, K1 Investment Management, AngelList, and others.
Founded in Delhi in 2013 by siblings Rahul Gupta and Swati Gupta, the company is an online marketplace that specializes in selling industrial products to both small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as well as large businesses.
The Platform has raised total funding of $26.3M in 4 Early-Stage, 1 Late-Stage, and 2 Debt
In 2012 founded by Akash Gehani, Aditya Sengupta, and Sampad Swain. Instamojo is a one-Stop D2C company. It helps brands to manage and scale their business. The Platform Raises Funds From Kalaari Capital & Existing Investors in 2014.
The Platform has a total of 19 investors in its portfolio such as Kaalari Capital, 500 Global, Times Internet, Blume, GMO Venture Partners, and others.
Founded by Karthik Venkateswaran and Ashish Jhina in 2015, Jumbotail is an online wholesale and grocery platform. It also does storefront delivery and collection for its sellers.
The Platform has secured a total funding of $145M in 1 Seed, 4 Early-Stage, 1 Late-Stage, and 2 Debt. The Platform has 60 investors such as Nexus Venture Partners, Innoven Capital, Unreasonable, Proton Enterprises, Kaalari Capital, and Others.
Kindlife is founded by Vidit Jain, Manasa Garemella, and Radhika Ghai in 2020. It is an Online marketplace that deals in beauty and wellness products.
Kindlife raised $2.5M in Seed from Kalaari Capital, JavaCapital, and others on Nov 23, 2021.
Aprameya Radhakrishna and Mayank Bidawatka founded Koo in 2020 it is a microblogging platform that allows users to communicate in their native languages using text, audio, and videos. The platform is available in multiple Indian languages.
The Platform has raised $6.3 million from Tiger Global and Accel Partners. Apart from this, investors including Kalaari Capital, 3one4 Capital, and Dream Incubator also invested in this round.
In 2011, founded by Vijay Radhakrishnan and Girish Ramdas it is a global digital newsstand platform. It has thousands of magazines and newspapers.
Magzter has secured a total funding of $13M in 2 rounds. The Platform has only 2 investors in its Portfolio including Kalaari Capital, and Singapore Press Holdings.
Founded in 2019, by Nitin Gupta, Shubham Paramhans, and Anshul Bansal. It is an online marketplace that offers all types of products such as clothing, mobile accessories, electronic items, etc.
The Platform has raised a total funding of $8.66M in 1 Seed and 1 Early-Stage. It has a total of 9 investors in its portfolio such as Kalaari Capital, Beenext, AngelList, and Better Capital.
In 2006, Dr. Madhukar Gangadi founded MedPlus. It sells a wide range of products including prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) medicines, FMCG vitamins and nutrition supplements, as well as optical products.
The Platform has raised a total funding of $1.28M in 2 seed funding rounds.
founded by Siddhartha Gupta and Ketan Kapoor in 2009, is an Online Assessment Platform. The company helps organizations to build winning teams.
Additionally, Mettl provides online examination and proctoring solutions. The Platform has raised a total funding of $5.19M in 2 Seed and 2 Early-Stage. The Platform has a total of 15 investors such as Blume, Kalaari Capital.
Yatish Talvadia established Milkbasket in early 2015. It is recognized as India’s first and largest micro-delivery service for daily essentials. Milkbasket specializes in providing convenient and efficient delivery every day.
The Platform has raised a $7 million Series A funding round which is led by Kalaari Capital. some other investors also saw participation such as Blume Ventures and Unilever Ventures on May 2018.
Mozark was founded by Kartik Raja, Fabien Renaudineau, Chandrasekar Ramamoorthy, and Thierry Moncorger, It is a telecom data analytics platform. The company has accumulated millions of telecom network data points and leveraged a robust big data engine to analyze and predict network performance across telecom operators, devices, and telecom circles.
The Platform has raised a total funding of $10M in 2 rounds, it has total 3 investors in its Portfolio including Kalaari Capital, ACT Grants, and BlackSoil.
Founded by Lakshminarayana Yeluri in August 2020, It is an Online music learning & teaching Platform worldwide.
Muzigal raised $1.5M in a Seed funding round from Kalaari Capital on Feb 03, 2021. It has total 2 investors in its Portfolio such as Kalaari Capital.
Founded in 2015 by Darpan Sanghvi and Naiyya Saggi. It is one of the fastest-growing beauty and personal care brands.
The company’s mission is to build a global digital FMCG. The Platform has raised total funding of $294M in 1 Seed, 3 Early-Stage, 6 Late-Stage, and 2 DebtIt has a total of 21 investors in its Portfolio such as Bessemer Venture Partners, Accel, Amazon, Warburg Pincus, and Kaalari capital.
Myntra is an e-commerce platform founded by Mukesh Bansal, Ashutosh Lawania and Vineet Saxena in 2007. The platform offers lifestyle products such as clothing, shoes, etc.
The Platform has raised total funding of $124M in 7 rounds. It has a total of 37 investors in its portfolio such as Kaalari Capital, Accel, Naspers, Chiratae Ventures, Helion Venture Partners, and Others.
Sridhar Santhanam founded Nanoheal. It is a company that utilizes patented technology to provide remote technical support for a diverse range of electronic products.
This innovative technology allows for the diagnosis and resolution of issues without the need for human intervention. The Platform has 1 investor in its portfolio including Kalaari Capital.
Outscal is an ed-tech platform founded in 2018 by Mayank Grover. The Outscal mission is to help professionals and founders who are working in the game industry.
Outscal invested $1.5M in the seed funding round from Kalaari Capital on Aug 30, 2022. The Platform has 7 investors in its portfolio such as Kalaari Capital, Village Global, AngelList, First Cheque, and Others.
Peer Robotics is a startup based in Gurugram, India, that was established in 2019 by Rishabh Agarwal and Tanya Raghuvanshi. The company focuses on collaborative mobile robotics and aims to bridge the gap between humans and robots in terms of working together. The Platform has raised a total funding of $2.32M in 2 rounds.
It has a total of 7 investors in its Portfolio such as Techstars, Connecticut Innovations, Kalaari Capital, Axilor Ventures, and others.
Perpule empowers customers to take control of their offline shopping experience by offering self-checkout and self-ordering solutions for various offline establishments such as stores, outlets, malls, and cafeterias.
This innovative approach enhances the overall shopping experience and effectively resolves the issue of long queues at traditional checkout counters. Customers can leverage the Perpule app to explore products, scan barcodes, access detailed information about offers and prices, and conveniently complete their purchases within the app by checking out and making payments.
Phable, was founded in 2017 by Sumit Sinha and Mukesh Bansal. The Startup is a health assistant which serves both patients and doctors. With a mission to impact the lives of 1.6 billion people.
The Platform has raised a total funding of $45.2M in 9 rounds. It has a total of 93 investors in its portfolio including IKP Knowledge Park, Social Starts, Kalaari Capital, and SOSV.
Founded by Priyanka Gill and Namrata Bostrom in 2014, it is an Online community that provides content on fashion, and beauty relationships. it is avi; able in Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu Bangla, and Marathi.
The Platform has raised a total funding of $12.2M in 5 rounds. It has a total of 25 investors in its Portfolio such as 500 Global, Chiratae Ventures, STRIVE, Hoxton Ventures, and Others.
Portl is an AL-based Smart mirror that provides personalized training. The Platform provides advanced and wearables customized fitness training at home.
Users can combine Smart mirrors with body tracking sensors for feedback and bioanalysis. Portl secured $1.01M in a seed funding round from Kalaari Capital on Jun 18, 2021
Possible is a nutrition company founded by Megha More and Vishnu Saraf in 2015. It offers programmes and products based on nutrition research that promote long-term wellness, weight loss, and the management of lifestyle diseases.
It helps people to eat healthy, lose weight and manage diseases. They also provide expert nutrition coaches.
Founded in 2012 by Narayan R it is a B2B Digital Ecosystem for SMEs that delivers raw material procurements at competitive prices. The Platform received undisclosed funding from Kalaari Capital in 2013.
The Platform has raised a total funding of $79.3M in 8 rounds. It has a total of 9 investors such as Accel, IFC, Innoven Capital, Athera, and others.
In 2008, Syed Farooq, Syed Ross Masood, and Shafikunnisa Syed co-founded Robosoft. It primarily focuses on the Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Manufacturing, and Robotics.
The Platform has raised a total funding of $15.8M in 3 rounds. It has a total of 20 investors in its Portfolio such as Innoven Capital, Kalaari Capital, and Ascent Capital.
Bangalore-based startup Samosa Party is an online food delivery marketplace. the company provides eight to nine varieties of samosas. It is founded by Amit Nanwani and Diksha Pande in 2017. The Platform has total funding of $2.38M in 2 rounds.
The Platform has a total of 49 investors in its Portfolio including Kalaari Capital, IPV.
ScoopWhoop Media Pvt. Ltd. is an internet media company based in New Delhi, India. It caters to the online Indian audience by providing a range of content across various genres. The company was co-founded in 2013 by Sattvik Mishra, Rishi Pratim Mukherjee, Sriparna Tikekar, Saransh Singh, Suparn Pandey, and Debarshi Banerjee.
ScoopWhoop has raised a total funding of $7.99M in 7 rounds. It has a total of 11 investors in its portfolio such as Blume, Kalaari Capital, Smile Group, Unitary Helion, and Others.
In 2015 Founded by Abhinav Jain and Aditya Gupta, It is an Online Marketplace. Shop101 platform helps small business owners to sell their products online through such platforms as Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram.
The Platform has secured total funding of $22M in 3 rounds. Shop101 has a total of 9 investors in its Portfolio such as Unilever Ventures, Kalaari Capital, Stellaris Venture Partners, Vy Capital, and others.
Shopalyst is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform designed to enable brands to make their promotional media on platforms like Facebook, YouTube, and other publishing platforms directly shippable.
It serves as a vital link between the stage where products are promoted online and the stage where customers make their purchases.
Ankur Pandey, Arpit Ratan, and Ankit Ratan founded it in Oct 2015. It is a fin-tech startup which digital customer onboarding solutions for banks, NBFCs, and other financial institutions. Signzy has secured a total funding of $40M in 4 Seed and 4 Early-Stage.
It has a total of 34 investors in its Portfolio such as Vertex Ventures, Gaja Capital, SAP, Kalaari Capital, and others.
In 2020, Jinaraj P G, Makesh Kumar, and Guru Venkatesan founded SimpliContract. It is an enterprise SaaS company.
Their focus is on providing an end-to-end Contract Life-cycle Management solution through their offering. The Platform has raised a total funding of $5.3M in 2 seed funding rounds.
Krishna Kumar and Kashyap Dalal founded Simplilearn in 2010. It is an edu-tech startup that allows its consumers to upskill their education.
They provide 200+ courses in different sectors. The Platform has secured $ 10 million from venture funds Helion Venture Partners and Kalaari Capital.
Founded in 2016 by Sourabh Gupta, Manoj Sarda, Akshay Deshraj, and Prateek Gupta, the company has emerged as a prominent provider of Conversational Voice AI solutions in the ARM industry.
They specialize in empowering collection agencies to enhance their efficiency and speed up revenue recovery processes. The Platform has 80 in its Portfolio including WestBridge Capital, Kalaari Capital, Haystack, SRI Capital, and others.
In Feb 2010 founded by Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal, It is an e-commerce website that connects buyers to sellers. They sell products from national, international, and regional brands.
The Platform had partnered with Softbank, Alibaba, Foxconn, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, BlackRock, Temasek, eBay Inc., and Premji Invest among others. Kaalari Capital is one of the investors in its portfolio.
StanPlus offers technology-driven medical response services to hospitals, corporations, and individuals by overseeing the entire patient journey.
They handle various aspects including triaging, selecting the appropriate destination, providing point-of-care diagnostics, and managing patient logistics.
Founded in 2020 by Prateek Shah and Abhaas Shah. Studio Sirah is driven by a strong belief in the growing sophistication of Indian gamers and the untapped potential of mid-core India-first games.
The Platform has a total of 8 investors in its Portfolio such as Kalaari Capital, Good Game Investments, Lumikai, and others.
In 2018, Debanhsu Sinha, Shyam Kalita, and Prayas Mittal co-founded Swift, It is a comprehensive platform designed to facilitate parcel delivery services for small businesses. The Startup offers an integrated solution that covers various aspects of e-commerce operations, including checkout processes, warehousing, and shipping services.
Swift secured $2.2M in seed funding rounds from Kalaari Capital, First Cheque, and others on Jul 05, 2021. The Platform has a total of 23 investors in its Portfolio including Kalaari Capital, Indian Angel Network, AngelList, First Cheque, and others.
Rishu Garg, Prakhar Bhardwaj, and Akul Agarwal founded three dots in 2021. It is an online social investing platform.
three dots secured $4M in seed funding rounds from Kalaari Capital, Better Capital, and others on Jan 19, 2022.
Nishant Jain and Rohan Kumar founded Toffee in 2017, It is a hand-picked insurance policy by insurance providers to cover aspects like health, life, and household.
Toffee raised $1.51M in a seed funding round from Kalaari Capital, Accion, and others on May 29, 2018. The Platform has raised a total funding of $12.5M in 2 Seed and 2 Early-Stage
Akshay Saini, Rahul Saini, and Pranav Chabhadia Established tring in 2019, Tring helps fans connect with their favorite celebrities through personalized videos, messages, and shoutouts during birthdays, anniversaries, or any other special event.
Tring has a total of 17 investors in its Portfolio such as Blume, Kalaari Capital, B&K Securities, REDBROOK, and Others.
In 2015, Truebil was founded by Suraj Kalwani, Ravi Chirania, Shubh Bansal, Rakesh Raman, Ritesh Pandey, Shanu Vivek, and Himanshu Singhal. It helps car buyers to discover and locate pre-owned cars, as well as obtain information about car prices.
Currently, it is available in Mumbai, Delhi, and Bangalore. Truebil has secured a total funding of $26.9M in 8 rounds. It has a total of 11 investors in its Portfolio such as Athera, Shunwei Capital, Kalaari Capital, Kae Capital, and others.
Unilog Content Solutions is a worldwide technology company that focuses on eCommerce and product data management within the B2B marketplace.
It was established by Achutha Bachalli and Suchit Bachalli. Unilog raised $2.86M in a Series A funding round from Kalaari Capital in Sep 2015.
Upstox was founded in 2009 by Ravi Kumar, Shrini Viswanath, and Kavitha Subramanian. It is one of the growing brokers in India.
The Platform has raised a total funding of $220M in 6 rounds. It has a total of 25 investors in its portfolio such as Innoven Capital, Tiger Global Management, Kalaari Capital, BlackSoil
Bangaluru-based Urban Ladder was founded in 2012 by Ashish Goel and Rajiv Srivatsa. It is an Online furniture company. The Platform has secured a total funding of $107M in 12 rounds.
It has a total of 11 investors in its Portfolio such as Sequoia Capital, Elevation, Steadview, Kalaari Capital, and others
Founded in 2010 by Rajkumar Ganapathy and Hrishikesh Datar, VakilSearch is a technology-driven platform recognized as India’s leading legal solutions provider. Back in 2015, private equity firm Kalaari Capital invested $2 million.
The Platform has also raised an undisclosed sum from Udaan co-founder Sujeet Kumar in 2020.
Bangalore-based Via.com is an online travel company. It was founded on 25th July 2006. formerly it is known as FlightRaja.com.
The Platfrom has raised a total funding of $19.3M in 3 seed rounding, The Platfrom has 4 investors in its Portfolio such as Sequoia Capital, WestBridge Capital, Kalaari Capital, and IndoUS Venture Partners.
Bengaluru-based Vogo is founded by Anand Ayyadurai, B Padmanabhan, and Sanchit Mittal in 2016. It is an online automated scooter rental service provider. The Platform has secured a total funding of $158M in 14 rounds.
It has a total of 57 investors in its Portfolio including Matrix Partners China, Matrix Partners India, Lightrock, Kalaari Capital, and others.
In 2010 founded by Craig Tooman, Shiladitya Sengupta, and Venkateswarlu Nelabhotla is a healthcare startup. The startup works in the development of new treatments for pathogens. Vyome Therapeutics has secured a total funding of $62.9M in 7 rounds.
The Platform has a total of 11 investors in its Portfolio such as Perceptive Advisors, Kalaari Capital, Sabre Partners India, Sharrp Ventures, and others.
Nischal Shetty, Siddharth Menon, and Sameer Mhatre founded Wazirx in 2017. It is a cryptocurrency exchange platform to buy and sell cryptocurrency.
The Platform has a total of 3 investors in its Portfolio including Kalaari Capital, Cognisa Capital, and 3n Capital.
Bengaluru-based WeRize is founded by Vishal Chopra and Himanshu Gupta in 2019 it is India’s first socially distributed full-stack financial services platform for small-town India. The Platform has secured a total funding of $27.6M in 3 rounds.
It has total 6 investors in its Portfolio such as British International Investment, Sony Innovation Fund, Kalaari Capital, Orios Venture Partners
In 2018 founded by Saumya Singh and Paavan Nanda it is a social gaming and entertainment platform. The app is available in more than 12 languages. The Platform has secured a total funding of $92.7M in 7 rounds.
It has a total of 26 investors in its Portfolio such as Griffin Gaming Partners, Kalaari Capital, Makers Fund, Velo Partners, and others.
Manan Maheshwari, Mahesh Gogineni, and Varun MS founded Wysh in 2019. Wysh is a Celebrity engagement and wishing platform.
Wysh secured $2 million in a Series A round which is led by Kalaari Capital on Jan 2020.
Founded by Shradha Sharma in 2008, YourStory.com is India’s largest media tech company catering to startups, entrepreneurs, investors, innovators, and change-makers.
The Platform has raised a total funding of $12M in 5 rounds. It has a total of 25 investors in its Portfolio such as Qualcomm Ventures, Qualcomm, Kalaari Capital, 3one4 Capital, and Others.
Zivame, India’s leading online lingerie store, was founded by Richa Kar in 2011. The store offers a wide range of lingerie styles to cater to different preferences.
Zivame has total 17 investors in its Portfolio such as Chiratae Ventures, Khazanah Nasional Berhad, Avendus, Reliance Industries, kaalari capital and others.
In 2020, Sethu Meenakshisundaram, Ritish Reddy, and Chaithanya Yambari founded an enterprise SaaS management platform. This platform assists users in discovering, managing, and optimizing their software stack, all from a single dashboard. The Platform has a total of 30 investors in its Portfolio such as Lightspeed Venture Partners, Kalaari Capital, and others.
In 2021 founded by Karthik Venkateswaran, Nandha Kumar Ravi, Sundar Natesan, and Mukund Srivathsan. It is a platform that enables businesses to quickly create digital ads in under 30 seconds.
It empowers businesses to grow digitally without requiring any expertise in the field. Zocket has secured a total funding of $3.47M in 2 seed funding rounds, The Platform has total 5 investors in its Portfolio such as Kalaari Capital, Kettleborough VC, Taijitu opportunities, and others.
Kalaari usually invests in a new company with a cheque size that can vary from $500K to $5M across seed to Series A. They reserve a portion of their capital to back its founders in future fundraising rounds as well.
Kalaari Capital is helping early-stage startups, globally. They majorly focused on technology-based startups. The Platform empowered entrepreneurs to build startups that can change. the Platform believes in building long-term relationships, transparency, authenticity, and respect.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
What is the Kalaari Capital Startup Portfolio | Startups Funded by Kalaari Capital?
aastey, Active.Ai, Affordplan, AgNext, Agrim, Atirath, ATTERO, Baaz Bike, BlueStone, BOMBAY PLAY, CashKaro, Chara Technologies, Clean Electric, CLIMES, ConnectedH, Convin, Creative Galileo, CreditVidya, Cure.fit, Deconstruct, All-Star Games, Digantara, Dream11, Dubverse, EdGE Networks, ElasticRun, Elevar, Eleolo, Embibe, Guardian, Haptik, HealthPlix, HerKey, Hiver, Industry Buying, InstaMojo, Jumbotail, Kindlife, Koo, MagZter, Mall91, MedPlus, Mettl, Milkbasket, Mozark, Muzigal, Myglamm, Myntra, Nanoheal, Outscal, Peer Robotics, Perpule, Phable, POPxo, PORTL, Possible, Power2SME, Robosoft, Samosa Party, ScoopWhoop, Shop101, Shopalyst, Signzy, SimpliContract, Simplilearn, Skit, Snapdeal, Stanplus, Studio Sirah, Swift, three dots, Toffee, tring, Truebil, Unilog, Upstox, Urban Ladder, Zolvit, via.com, Vogo, Vyome, Wazirx, WeRize, Winzo, Wysh, YourStory, Zivame, Zluri, and Zocke, etc are the Startups Funded by Kalaari Capital | Kalaari Capital Startup Portfolio.
What are Kalaari’s notable investments?
Some of Kalaari’s notable investments include Koo, Myntra, and Dream11.