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Here are all the startups that raised funding in July | New startups received good funding in July after Chinese app ban; 60 companies, including Chingari, Gig India and friends, raised money

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July was a good month for start-up companies. This month has helped startup companies to raise funding continuously.

  • Bangalore’s Ko Living Brand Company Xolo Stay topped fund raising
  • Most of the funding went to startups that started their business very early

July was a good month for start-up companies. This month has helped startup companies to raise funding continuously. More than 60 start-up companies have raised substantial funds. Much of the funding went to startups that started their businesses very early.

In July, the top startups that raised a significant amount –

name of the company How much fund received (USD)
Xolo 56,000,000
Empowered 21,000,000
Jet work 20,754,700
Nightingale 8,700,000
Hevo 8,000,000
Flinto class 7,200,000
Magic pin 7,000,000
Blue smart 5,000,000
Entry 3,055,500
Tribo Hotels 3,000,000
Mus wearable 2,944,580
Vegrav 2,500,000
Pigride.in 1,880,630
Gay dutch 1,700,000
Big Bang Boom Solution 1,475,920
Ken 42 1,459,730
Blue Sky Analytical 1,205,310
Sikardan 1,200,000
Yumlane 1,000,000
BRB 974,709
Gig India 974,709
Spark 939,169
Plum 932,774
Gig force 805,002
Chitmons 650,000
Fire score 500,000
Open app 500,000

Gobli

500,000
Review rewards 267,875
Friends 265,406
Welcome 200,000
Parksmart 199,723
Pickrite 175,000
Help now 125,000
WYN Studio 66,968
1 mg 26,547

Xolo raised C round funding of around Rs 425 crore

Bangalore-based Ko Living brand company Xolo Stay has topped the fund raising month. On July 7, Jolo Stay raised around Rs 425 crore of C round funding under the Series Fund. It raised the fund under the leadership of Invest Corp from Nexus Ventures Partners, Mirai Asset, etc. The company had also raised a total of $ 90 million.

Ban on Chinese applications also has an advantage

Ige Madras’s smart watch company Muse Veerables had raised a similar amount of $ 3 million. This company built a tracker tracking the Kovid-19. Similarly, video sharing platform Mitra also raised money in early July. While Share Chat recently raised $ 40 million funding. All this happened when Chinese apps were banned. Block chain startup Chitomonx also managed to raise money from Unicorn India Ventures.

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