Effective Fundraising

Facilitates start-up companies and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to match with and raise equity funding from accredited investors

Access To Wide Network

Access to varied industries to investors and multiple investor listings including Angels, VCs and HNIs

Professional Support

Backed and supported by a team of investment banking professionals from ValPro, to execute transactions smoothly after an investor-entrepreneur match



Create Account and Profile


Sign Membership and Non-Disclosure Agreement


Identity Verification


Approval and Confirmation


Profile listed and Submission of Business Plan



Platform only features pre-screened and vetted (”Enablers-certified”) opportunities


Streamline online process for listing and finding investor matches


Minimal listing fee, and success fee from enterpreneurs only on successful fundarising transaction


Open to startups & SME Angels, VCs and HNIs


End-toend services throughout the fundraising process by investment banking professionals

29 2017
  1. Travel-tech startup Ithaka raises seed round

    Mumbai-based Traveljunkie Solutions Pvt Ltd, which runs travel-tech startup Ithaka, has raised $325,000 in seed funding from a clutch of angel investors based in the US, Singapore and India. Ithaka will use the funds to build a personal, chat-based travel planning experience and forge overseas partnerships.

  2. Zuckerberg-backed edtech giant Byju’s ropes in $30M to go international

    Byju’s, the company that runs one of India’s most popular edtech apps, has attracted a $30 million investment from Brussels-based family-run investment holding company Verlinvest. The newly garnered capital will be used for international expansion and acquisitions.

  3. Handset maker Intex launches $30 mn early-stage fund

    Delhi-based mobile handset maker Intex Technologies has launched a $25-30 million (INR 150-200 crore) fund to invest in early-stage technology startups. The fund will invest in startups operating in areas that are a strategic fit for Intex, such as electronics, apps, mobile phones, human resources and sports.

  4. Online meat service startup Licious gets $10 million in funding

    Online meat service startup Licious has secured $10 million in Series-B funding from a clutch of investors including existing backer Mayfield India and Mohandas Pai’s 3one4 Capital. The company will use the funds for expansion in other cities like Hyderabad and Delhi-NCR region and introduction of gourmet meats.

  5. ShopClues’ Sandeep Aggarwal has INR 20 crore for private investments

    Sandeep Aggarwal, the founder of Droom and ShopClues, is seeking to establish himself as an entrepreneur-investor with a family office as well as a corpus nearly seven times his startup investments last year. Aggarwal has earmarked INR 20 crore for personal investments in nine-twelve startups this year.

  6. FalconBrick Raises Angel Funding, Aims To Redefine Construction Process For Real Estate

    Real estate tech startup FalconBrick has secured an undisclosed amount in its Angel round of funding led by Satveer Thakral of Singapore Angel Network, LetsVenture, and Mumbai Angels. The round also saw participation from Apurva Salarpuria (founder, Salarpuria Sattva Group), Rahul Talwar (promoter family of DLF Ltd), Sidharth Pansari (Director, Primarc Group), Abhishek Bhatewara (promoter Family – Rohan Builders), and Mridul Upreti (CEO, JLL).

  7. Rootr raises seed funding from Intex Tech

    Sports engagement platform Rootr has received an undisclosed amount of seed funding from Intex, a consumer electronic goods and accessories making company. The startup will use the money to strengthen its tech team at Rooter, all the while maintaining a lean structure



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