India Funding Roundup: An On-Demand Laundry Service, Sports Discovery Platform, and More

 
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India Funding Roundup: An On-Demand Laundry Service, Sports Discovery Platform, and More

Our latest funding roundup compiles investments in Indian startups engaged in on-demand laundry, automotive sales, sports discovery, prescription medicine delivery, and credit score management.

OneClickWash
Gurgaon-based on-demand laundry service OneClickWash has received an undisclosed sum of funding from Unitus Seed Fund. Founded in 2015 by Vivek Iyer and Saurav Killa, the startup provides doorstep delivery of laundry services in monthly packages, which includes washing, drying, and ironing, at Rs. 2,500 for a family, and Rs. 800 for an individual.

CarDekho
Girnar Software, which runs Indian auto portals CarDekho.com, Gaadi.com, and CarBay.com has received an undisclosed investment from Google Capital with participation from existing investor Hillhouse Capital. A major part of the new funding will be used to further bolster technology, R&D, and expansion within and outside of India, in Asia and the Middle East, the company said. The latest investment for Girnar Software follows a $50 million (roughly Rs. 332 crores) funding round led by Hillhouse Capital, with participation from Sequoia Capital and Tybourne Capital.

goSporto
Gurgaon-based sports discovery and venue booking platform goSporto has reportedly raised $30,000 (roughly Rs. 20 lakh) in seed funding. Founded in 2015, the startup is currently operational in Delhi NCR, claims to have over 10,000 players and over a 100 venues on its platform. The startup reportedly plans to use the funds for increasing outreach and scaling its presence to multiple cities.

LifCare
Jaipur-based LifCare, which provides a subscription based pharmacy service for chronic diseases, has reportedly raised $1 million (roughly Rs. 6.65 crores) in angel funding. The startup and provides an online app on Google Play, and plans to expand its presence in Jaipur, and launch operations in a few more cities.

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CreditSeva
Credit management platform CreditSeva has reportedly secured Rs. 2.4 crores in a bridge round of funding from investors including Pix Vine Capital and Infocomm Investments Pte Ltd (IIPL). Founded in 2014, CreditSeva is focused on helping the unbanked people in India manage their credit score.

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