Dunzo Digital Pvt Ltd, which provides the daily task management app has now secured $9.84 Million in the fresh funding round from some of the new and existing investors.
According to the report which has been revealed, the company secured the sum as a part of the larger round of funding of Rs 80.34 crore.
Some of the existing investors Google led the fund with a contribution of around Rs 34.58 crore. Blume Ventures, Alteria Capital, Patni Wealth Advisors, and some other unidentified investors also participated in the round.
This news came into the picture when the media reports that the company was looking to close a fresh funding round of $15-$20 million.
In February 2019, it had also secured Rs 46 crore from a wide range of new and existing investors which includes the Founder and Group CEO of MakeMyTrip, Deep Kalra. Google was the first company who invested in 2017.
Dunzo which was founded by the Ankur Agarwal, Dalvir Singh, Mukund Jha and Kabeer Biswas in 2015. It is a chat-based task management application that allows the users to create a to-do-lists. It fulfills all the tasks such as the restaurant deliveries, groceries, home services, and instant local courier services. The platform works on both Artificial Intelligence and a human operator to provides its services.
Dunzo as of now has been downloaded by more than 10 lakh Android users. And is operations in Gurgaon, Pune, Bangalore, Delhi, , and Chennai.
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