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Truecaller acquires fintech startup Chillr; DailyNinja, Nivesh.com raise funds

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14th Jun 2018
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Bengaluru-based hyperlocal delivery subscription startup DailyNinja has raised $3 million in funding led by Saama Capital and existing investor Sequoia Capital. The team had raised $1.5 million in October last year, led by Sequoia Capital. With this round, the total fundraising is at $4.5 million. The startup will use the current fund raise to strengthen its operations in Bengaluru and Hyderabad, and expand to Chennai. 

Sagar Yarnalkar and Anurag Gupta, Founders, DailyNinja

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Mutual funds investment marketplace Nivesh.com announced that it has raised a seed funding of Rs 3 crore through LetsVenture along with Google India MD, Rajan Anandan and former Infosys Global Sales Head, Basab Pradhan among other major angel investors.

Anurag Garg, Co-founder, Nivesh.com

Truecaller, on Wednesday, announced that it has gone the acquisition route for the first time by acquiring fintech startup Chillr. The Chillr app will now be a part of the TrueCaller Pay feature. While the details of the deal were undisclosed, it is known that the 45-member Chillr team will now be a part of the TrueCaller India team.

Truecaller founders with Chillr founders, at press announcement in Bengaluru

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