The Q2 2014 saw 93 deals & the fund raised was INR 97738 million. The most active Investors are Sequoia (8), Tiger (6), Kalaari (5), Nexus (5), Accel (4), Matrix (4) & Blume (3).
Indian startups have managed to raise massive round in the last 6 months and what’s interesting is the growth in segments like logistics, healthcare and education (apart from regular growth in mobile/Internet and Enterprise startup funding).
Indian Startup Funding Report : Q2, 2014
The graph below is without taking into account Flipkart’s $1 billion funding as then the graph would become very skewed towards Ecommerce.
A total of 93 deals were made in Q3 2014 & the cities with maximum deals are below. Bangalore saw 25 deals i.e. the maximum for a city but seed rounds were led by NCR region.
This is a harbinger to where the next big deals will be. Bangalore Or NCR?
Indian Startup Funding Report : Sector Vs. City Data
A look at different startup clusters and it’s quite amazing how few industry sectors are skewed towards a certain geography (for e.g. logistics = NCR).
Indian Startup Funding Report : City wise Funding Data
Bangalore has the lion’s share in funding mostly because of the Flipkart deal (Flipkart’s $1Bn round itself is 61% of the total amount of funds raised in 2014 Q2!).
Indian Startup Funding Report : Sector Vs. Series Rounds
Investors are investing in technology enabled sectors and we certainly hope that more Series A / B happens in media and entertainment sector.
The times they are a changing?