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Groww, an investment app for millennials in India, raises $21.4M

Of the 1.3 billion people who live in India, more than 100 million of whom are using digital payment apps each day, only about...

Accel and Sequoia seed Middesk with $4M to background check businesses

For those of you that diligently follow the hot startups to graduate from Y Combinator’s accelerator program, you might recall Middesk. The company was amongst...

Kaszek Ventures raises $600 million in two funds as Latin America’s...

Kaszek Ventures, the investment firm that has been one of the primary architects of the recent boom in startup financing and growth in Latin...

Instacart CFO Ravi Gupta to exit for Sequoia Capital

Instacart‘s chief financial officer and chief operating officer, Ravi Gupta, will exit the on-demand grocery delivery company at the end of the year to...

India’s Awfis raises $30M to grow its co-working spaces business

Speaking of businesses that operate co-working spaces in India, New Delhi-based startup Awfis announced today that it has raised $30 million in a new...

The “world’s largest internet restaurant company” quietly raised $125 million this...

In May, venture capitalist Michael Moritz of Sequoia Capital warned in a Financial Times column that Amazon’s recent $575 million investment in the London-based...

A91 Partners, a new VC fund from former Sequoia Capital India...

India’s growing number of startups now have one additional VC fund that will listen to their business ideas. A91 Partners, a new VC fund...

From seed to Series A: Scaling a startup in Latin America...

Nathan Lustig Contributor Nathan Lustig is an entrepreneur and managing partner at Magma Partners, a seed-stage investment fund in Santiago, Chile. More posts by this contributor ...

Figma gets $40 million Series C to put design tools in...

With more industries and organizations recognizing design as a pillar of business, a battle is brewing among makers of design tools. And with a...

Sequoia leads $5 Mn Series A round in car servicing startup...

In what looks like the first funding in the online car servicing industry for CY19, GoMechanic, a three-year-old startup has received Rs 30-35 crore...