Here 10 Startups That Raised Big Funding In June 2020


  • Byju’s has achieved the decacorn (which is a startup that has over $10 billion valuations) standing after receiving the most recent funding spherical led by Silicon Valley enterprise capitalist Mary Meeker’s Bond Capital.
  • The Edutech trade has seen a surge in funding put up the COVID19 following the rise within the variety of general customers throughout platforms.
  • Fintech adopted the lead of the Edutech trade with essentially the most variety of firms to lift funding in Jun’2020.

The world is steadily popping out of the COVID19 induced lockdown which has affected the well being in addition to the financial system general. With enterprise choosing up tempo, many Indian startups have obtained substantial funding within the month of June 2020 alone.

As per the latest discovering of Tracxn, an information intelligence agency, the Edutech trade in India has emerged on the highest of the record of firms to lift essentially the most fundings throughout sectors.

Fintech sector stood second by way of the funding obtained with Aye Finance elevating round ₹210 Crore type CapitalGAlphabet‘s Development fund.

These are the highest 10 startups to lift substantial funding in Jun’20 which have strengthened India’s funding sector put up the lockdown.

Byju’s – Undisclosed

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In Jun’20, Byju’s has achieved the decacorn (which is a startup that has over $10 billion valuations) standing after receiving the most recent funding spherical led by Silicon Valley enterprise capitalist Mary Meeker’s Bond Capital.

Aye Finance – $27.82 Million

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Aye Finance, which is a Gurugram primarily based monetary service startup has raised ₹210 Cr ($27 Mn) in Sequence E funding spherical from present traders LGT Capital Companions, CapitalG Worldwide, Maj Make investments Monetary Inclusion Fund II, Falcon Edge India, and A91 Rising Fund I at a pre-money valuation of ₹1,700 Cr ($224 Mn).

Awfis – Undisclosed

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Design Cafe – $33.three Million

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The Bengaluru-based on-line inside design platform Design Cafe is elevating contemporary funding spherical from its present traders.

DocsApp – $20 Million

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Well being-tech startup DocsApp and digital client healthcare supplier MediBuddy have lately introduced their merger to create a complete digital healthcare platform named ‘MediBuddy DocsApp’.

The merged entity has raised $20 million (round Rs 150 crore) in Sequence B spherical of funding led by Bessemer Enterprise Companions, Fusian Capital, Mitsui Sumitomo (MSIVC) & Past Subsequent ventures, MediBuddy DocsApp stated in an announcement.

Servify – $11.39 Million

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Mumbai-based system administration platform Servify is now elevating contemporary capital from its present traders for strategic enterprise growth and stability.

As reported by Inc42, the corporate in a particular decision on June 6 determined to create and supply 27,23,163 Sequence C desire shares at a face worth of INR 1 and premium of INR 314.35 per share value INR 85.87 Cr.

Slice – $6.09 Million

Slice raises $6 Mn from Gunosy Capital, Kunal Shah and others

Fintech startup Slice, which was previously often known as SlicePay, has secured $6 million in a pre-Sequence B funding led by present backer Gunosy Capital. Kunal Shah, Higher Capital, and present investor Das Capital additionally participated within the newest spherical.

91springboard – $5.94 Million

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A co-working area supplier startup, 91springboard, has raised Rs 45 crore funding from its present traders.

IVF Entry – $5 Million

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IVF Entry, a Bengaluru-based healthcare startup, has raised $5 million as part of its Sequence A funding from Vertex Ventures Southeast Asia and India.

OZiva – $5 Million

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Oziva, a plant-based diet model, has raised $5 million led by Matrix Companions together with present investor Titan Capital.

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