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Blume Ventures

Blume Ventures

A venture capital firm in India that focuses on technology.

Blume Ventures is a venture capital firm in India that focuses on technology. Founded 2011 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India by Karthik Reddy and Sanjay Nath, it invests in early stage ventures, seed, series A, series B, and debt financing. Its portfolio companies include Instamojo, Tricog Health, RailYatri, and Unacademy. As of January 2021, Blume Ventures has made over 145 investments and has had fifteen exits, the most notable of which include Zenatix, Runnr, and Zopp. Blume Ventures provides seed funding in the range of $50K - $250K to early-stage tech-focused/tech-enabled ventures.

Timeline

January 8, 2021
Blume launches 'Founders Fund' to back startups outside its core investment program
December 25, 2020
Healthcare startup Medfin has raised an undisclosed amount in a Series A funding round led by Singapore-based HealthXCapital and Blume Ventures, per an announcement.
February 19, 2020
Blume Ventures announces the final close of Blume Ventures Fund III at $102 million (about Rs 730 crore).

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Tarush Bhalla
August 17, 2021
mint
Ultrahuman will use the proceeds from the current round for geographical expansion and to improve its biomarker technology
Livemint
July 30, 2021
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Rocketium said the fresh capital will be used to expand operations in the US, and for improving the product.
Tarush Bhalla
June 27, 2021
mint
Slice focuses on millennials and Gen Z with inadequate credit scores and hence ignored by large credit card issuers
Livemint
June 25, 2021
mint
Founded in 2020, ApnaKlub allows individuals with smartphones to earn supplemental income by aggregating demand and supplying fast moving consumer goods to kirana stores in their local community
June 9, 2021
mint
Dunzo, backed by Google, Lightbox and Blume, among others, had raised $40 million earlier this year
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