Ratan Tata invests in iKure. Tata is known to invest in start-ups and has made several investments in many tech-driven companies in his personal capacity after retiring as chairman of Tata Sons in December 2021
Indus Ventures provides seed capital to startups. Our members are some of the most respected serial entrepreneurs, technologists and industry leaders.
iKure raised an undisclosed sum of money from Inflection Point Ventures (IPV). The capital was used to grow the business and improve the technological infrastructure.
Social investment platform, ARUN, LLC invested with seed funding that helped iKure put in place impact measurement metrics to quantify its effectiveness on the ground. ARUN invests in the social entrepreneurs in the developing countries, based on the fund capitalized by Japanese individuals and corporate partners.
I3N gives enterprises access to a varied group of investors that have a board range of investment preferences and appetites. I3N assists the companies through the entire transaction process, advising on business plan preparation, negotiations, due-diligence, and deal documentation.
iKure has raised angels rounds from reputed high net worth individuals (HNIs). Calcutta Angels is a platform for entrepreneurs and investors to come on board to create and an enabling environment for angel investments, mentorship and guidance in East India.
iKure was formed in 2010, with a seed funding from WEBEL. West Bengal Electronics Industry Development Corporation Limited is the government agency responsible for technology development in West Bengal, India.
Funding was received by iKure for being the winner of Tech4Impact accelerator programme conducted by CIIE, in association with Aarohan Ventures and Village Capital. IIM Ahmedabad’s Centre for Innovation Incubation and Entrepreneurship (CIIE) helps entrepreneurs turn ideas into viable businesses.
Village Capital creates the space for entrepreneurs to work together across the boundaries of their organizations, to help lift one another’s performance. By bringing entrepreneurs from similar communities together, they establish cohorts with shared experience and peer-driven mentorship.
The group invested in iKure. Mumbai Angels is a Leading Angel Investing platform for early-stage venture investing. It is recognized as an innovative business incubator and holding company.