The pet training and grooming firm Zoivane Pets, based in Gujarat, has raised INR 5 crore in a Seed fundraising round that was spearheaded by GVFL, Ahmedabad. The business has now received INR 5.54 crore in total funding. We Founder Circle and famous angel investors such as Hitesh Dhawan, the founder of Neuronimbus, Dhrumil Patel, Joy Gnanamony, and Abhishek Gupta, the CEO of Turbotic’s APAC and Middle East region, have backed the firm.
The money received will be mainly used for product development, hiring more qualified workers, and promoting various product lines to increase awareness of them, as per reported by Entrepreneur.com.
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“In the recent past, Zoivane Pets has dominated the Indian pet care industry. We were able to introduce products that filled gaps in the market and created new categories. By integrating our industry expertise, we seek to become a permanent part of people’s lives as pet parenting partners,” said Nishma Singhal, co-founder of Zoivane Pets.
Nishma Singhal founded Zoivane Pets in 2019 to help pet parents integrate pets into their lives with patent formulas including toilet training spray, stay away spray, Pets stain and odour remover, and others.
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“This was in line with its strategy of investing in startups that continuously innovate through R&D and Zoivane Pets is a perfect example of that. Zoivane Pet is an emerging brand that has launched a number of innovative products in an affordable range for Pet care and we envision to penetrate the market together,” said Mihir Joshi, president, GVFL.
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About Zoivane Pets
Happy Pets, Happy Us – Zoivane Pets was built on this premise. Zoivane strive to create a better world for pets & their parents. They wish to help build a society where pet adoption rates are high and no family ever feels the need to give away their pets.