Daily funding roundup - April 11, 2016

Mitos Suson · April 11, 2016 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/44a5

Ticket Monster raised $40M; STAT-Diagnostica closed Series C; Marxent received $10M investment

VC's Raising Funds

  • Venture Capital firm Ivy Cap raised about $45 million (INR 300 Cr) for the first close of its second fund of $90 million (INR 600 Cr). Sponsor investor IIT Alumni Trust led the round as it chipped in $18 million (INR 120 Cr). Institutional investors from the first fund have also extended their commitment to the new fund. IvyCap Ventures focuses on investing in Healthcare, Education, Food based businesses, technology, ecommerce, and mcommerce domains. 

If you are interested in being included in our funding roundup, submit your press release or blog post about your financing round to mitos@vator.tv. 

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Mitos Suson

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