B2B e-commerce Startup Moglix Raises $12 Million Funding from Multiple Investors

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06 July 2017, India:

Moglix, one of the leading B2B e-commerce startup has raised $12 million in the latest round of Series B funding.

The round saw participation from International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group and Rocketship.vc, along with Moglix’s existing investors Accel Partners, Jungle Ventures, Shailesh Rao, ex-VP Twitter & Google and Venture Highway advised by Neeraj Arora of Whatsapp.

The funds will be used to support the strong demand for Moglix’s robust technology solution in supply chain and manufacturing domain, infrastructure growth and geographical expansion plans. The manufacturing sector in India is the least digitized industry compared to other sectors in India.

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Rahul Garg, Founder & CEO, Moglix said, “We are delighted to welcome on board the team at IFC as well as Rocketship and appreciate the continued trust of our existing investors Accel Partners, Jungle Ventures, Shailesh Rao and Venture Highway. The raise will accelerate our infrastructure build-up to better serve our customers, and enhance our product offerings as the manufacturing and supply chain industry heralds towards digitization.”

He further added, “According to a recent industry report, the global B2B e-commerce market is estimated to reach $7 trillion by 2020, as it’s twice as big as B2C market. We are making strides to harness the potential of the market in India and other Asian countries.”

Founded in 2015, Moglix had previously raised Seed and Series A funding of $6 Million from venture capital firms like Accel Partners, Jungle Ventures, SeedPlus and Venture Highway. With this current round, the total amount of fund raised by Moglix stands at $18 Million.

Moglix is also backed by Tata Sons’ Chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata since its inception, as his maiden investment in B2B e-commerce domain.

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