Technology and Internet
Swiggy, ShareChat, Byju’s lead the funding race as Indian startups raised $6.5 billion between April and June
24 Aug 2021
The April-June quarter of 2021 turned out to be a great one for the Indian startup ecosstem despite the second wave of COVID-19 wreaking havoc across the country. As per the latest NASSCOM-PGA Labs report, India’s startups have raised $6.5 billion across 160 deals in the second quarter of 2021.
Eleven startups also turned unicorns — companies valued at above $1 billion — in the same quarter, taking the total tally to 53. While many reports had previously suggested that India would have 100 unicorns by 2025, the number has been revised to 150 due to the massive uptick in funding as well as unicorn rounds

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