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Nykaa raises Rs 100 crore from Steadview Capital

Nykaa, an omnichannel retailer, on Tuesday said it has raised Rs 100 crore from Steadview Capital at an undisclosed valuation.Steadview is already an investor in the company started by Falguni Nayyar, an investment banker turned entrepreneur. According to a PTI report: This is a primary investment by Steadview in the nearly eight year-old venture and …

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Packaged food brand GO DESi raises Rs 4.5 crore in funding led by Rukam Capital

Bengaluru based start–up GO DESi has raised Rs. 4.5 crore in the company’s second round of funding led by Rukam Capital, headquartered in New Delhi. Other investors who participated in the round are AngelList and Upaya Social Ventures. The current round of funding will help the company expand operations, launch a larger portfolio of products …

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FMCG brand Rage Coffee raises funding from Refex Capital, Keiretsu Forum

Rage Coffee, a digitally native FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods) brand, building breakthrough products in emerging coffee categories, closed a round of funding led by Refex Capital, an early-stage venture capital firm with participation from members of angel network Keirutsu Forum Chennai, and a clutch of other prominent investors. According to a UNI report: The round …

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FabAlley raises Rs 8 cr venture debt from Trifecta Capital

High Street Essentials (HSE), the parent company of FabAlley and Indya, on Thursday said it has raised Rs 8 crore in venture debt from Trifecta Capital. During FY20, HSE scaled up its retail footprint with 10 new Indya stores and 5 FabAlley stores, along with expanding both brands to over 350 shop-in-shops across the country, …

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DPIIT asks Amazon, Flipkart to disclose names of top 5 sellers, capital structure, inventory details, Retail News, ET Retail

New Delhi: The government has asked Amazon and Flipkart to provide details of their top five sellers, after brick-and-mortar trade lobby groups complained that they were in violation of foreign direct investment (FDI) norms. Amazon said it was fully compliant with the rules. Details sought from the ecommerce marketplaces include business done by top five …

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