Facilitates start-up companies and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to match with and raise equity funding from accredited investors
Access to varied industries to investors and multiple investor listings including Angels, VCs and HNIs
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
Approval and Confirmation
Profile listed and Submission of Business Plan
OUR KEY DIFFERENTIATORS
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
Everstone-backed FACES Cosmetics seeks $15 Million for India expansion planss
Canada-based branded cosmetics and skincare products firm FACES Cosmetics Ltd, backed by the India-focused investor Everstone Capital Partners LLR, is looking to raise as much as INR 60-100 crore. The funding will be utilized to accelerate presence in India. Over the next one year, the colour cosmetic firm expects to expand to 100 cities from about 80 at present.
Cloud tech firm Sanovi Technologies gets acquired by IBM
American technology firm IBM has acquired Bengaluru-based Sanovi Technologies for an undisclosed sum to bolster its cloud offerings. Sanovi provides hybrid cloud recovery, cloud migration and business continuity software for enterprise data centres and cloud infrastructure.
India Quotient to raise $60 Million as part of third fund in 2017
Early stage fund India Quotient as a part of its third fund, plans to raise $60 million by January/February 2017. The firm aims to spend 30% of the funds on fintech players within lending, insurance and investment sectors. The remaining portion of the funds will be spent on gaming, media, health and education.