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SuperBeings, Mailmodo, Godi Energy, NirogStreet raise fresh capital

SuperBeings, Mailmodo, Godi Energy, NirogStreet raise fresh capital
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22 Jul, 2021

Bengaluru-based employee engagement platform SuperBeings has raised an undisclosed seed round led by Endiya Partners.  

The round also saw participations from existing investor Axilor Ventures and angel investors Rajaraman Santhanam, founder of Chargebee, Shanmugam Krishnasamy, Founder of Freshworks, Sanjoe Tom Jose, Founder of Talview and Piyush Shah, co-founder of InMobi Group.  

The startup, founded by Yasharth Mishra, Gaurav Bhawnani & Kunal Mishra in 2019 provides a platform for fast growing organisations to increase employee engagement through personalised coaching solutions.  

The platform is backed by deep analytics and real-time recommendations to provide details such as team insights, collaboration, and leadership development.  

SuperBeings said that it plans to use the funds for product extension and scaling its business in India and globally.  

Mailmodo raises $2 million in seed funding

Bengaluru-based no-code email marketing platform Mailmodo has raised $2 million in a seed round funding led by Sequioa Captial’s India’s Surge and Y Combinator.

The no-code platform provides interactive components to email such as shopping cart, form filling, surveys, calendars and meeting bookings, among others. The company claimed that is currently growing at a rate of 30% every month over the past few months.  

The company, founded by Aquibur Rahman, Devyesh Tandon and Apurv Gupta, helps organisations with better conversion rates and better RoI through its add-ons for email platforms. 

According to market research firm Statista, over 300 billion emails are sent everyday, with most of them ignored or deleted. Mailmodo also provides a tech called as ‘accelerated mobile pages’ which allows emails to get higher engagement and conversion rates.  

Godi Energy raises funds from Blue Ashva Capital

Hyderabad-based energy technology company Godi Energy has raised an undisclosed fund from Blue Ashva Captial through the VC firm’s Blue Ashva Sampada Fund.  

The company, founded in December 2019 by Mahesh Godi, plans to utilise the funds to setup a first of its kind supercapacitor and lithium-ion cell manufacturing facility in India.  

Godi Energy aims to commercially manufacture advanced lithium-ion cells and supercapacitors. The demand for such batteries currently stands at 10 GWh(Gigawatt hours), and is expected to reach 800 GWh by 2030, the company said.  

Ayurveda products seller NirogStreet bags $ 2.5 million in Series A Funding

New Delhi-based e-commerce platform for Ayurveda products NirogStreet has raised $2.5 million in a series-A funding round. 

The round saw participation from Gokul Rajaram of Pureland Venture, Wavemaker Partners, Raj Mishra of Indea Captial, Former CEO of Morgan Stanley Ashutosh Sinha, Livspace founder Anuj Srivastava, and AJ Capital, which is the family office of the Jhunjhunwala family. 

The funds will be utilized towards strengthening its technology stack and scale up in more states and more doctors.  

NirogStreet was founded in 2016 BY Ram N Kumar and claims to offer services to over 50,000 doctors on its platform, which currently provides peer-to-peer learning, electronic health records and a b2b commerce platform for ayurvedic products. The company plans to partner with over 150 ayurvedic medicine manufacturers and esteemed brands over the next one year.