Funding in Indian startups this week (12 Nov-17 Nov )

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This week 11 Indian startups received funding, of which 8 received a total sum of about $15 million. Among them, HealthifyMe raised the highest investment of $6 million followed by Perpule, which raised about $4.7 million.

Meanwhile, funding for 3 of the total funded startups remained undisclosed.

Below is the summary of deals closed this week:

List of disclosed funding deals this week

Perpule: Retail-focused fintech startup Perpule has scooped up $4.7 million in its Series A round led by Prime Venture Partners. Existing investors Kalaari Capital, and Venture Highway also participated in the round.

HealthifyMe: Health and fitness startup HealthifyMe has raised $6 million in its extended Series B round from Sistema Asia Fund, Samsung NEXT, Chiratae Ventures (previously IDG Ventures India), Inventus Capital and Blume Ventures.

DriveU: Online driver aggregating platform DriveU has closed a mezzanine investment round of $0.9 million led by Stevens Creek Ventures. The investment from the California-based investor comes after eight months when DeriveU had raked in $3 million in its pre-Series A round.

Milkbasket: Gurugram-based hyperlocal startup MilkBasket has raised $1.37 million from US-based venture capital firm Mayfield Fund.

Hoi Food: Gurugram-based Hoi Food that provides food to budget hotels in NCR, has raised $0.5 million in a pre-Series A round led by 1Crowd.

Fresh Rooms: Technology-based sanitation startup Fresh Rooms has raised $0.41 million from an undisclosed angel investor in a seed funding round.

CleanseCar: Mobile-based car service startup CleanseCar has raised $0.48 million in angel funding from investment platform Venture Catalyst. Venture Catalysts network including Omphalos Venture India LLP, Rishabh Mahimtura, Anil Patel, Vishal Brambhatt and others also participated in the round.

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Biizlo: Mumbai-based home security startup Biizlo has raised around $0.5 million in an angel funding round. The round was led by Joge Bharadwaj and Ritesh Sharma, Directors of Mumbai-based Eagle Group.

Undisclosed deals this week

INTECH, e-commerce enabler EasyEcom, and sports-tech startup Sportido did not disclose their financial details on funding.

Source: Entrackr

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