Licious raised $150 million, Amagi raised $95 million, now a unicorn
Licious, the Indian meat delivery platform has raised $150 million in a round led by Amansa Capital and saw participation from Nithin and Nikhil Kamath of Zerodha, BoAt’s Aman Gupta. Licious has raised a total of $488 million to date.
Amagi, an Indian Cloud SaaS technology provider has raised $95 million in a private equity round led by Accel. The round saw participation from Avataar Ventures and Norwest Venture Partners. The company aims to broaden its product portfolio and accelerate its business across the globe. With this round of funding, Amagi turns unicorn.
Compete, a real-time compensation and benefits platform has raised $15 million in a round led by Tiger Global and saw participation from Aleph and Vine Ventures. Compete has grown its paying customer base by 800% in one year, showing exponential growth in a short period.
Upscalio, an e-commerce funding and management firm has raised $15 million in a round led by Gulf Islamic Investments, and saw participation from Northern Arc and Unity Bank. In August 2021, the company raised $42.5 million in a round led by Presight Capital.
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