Blume Ventures' biggest bet was participating in a $30 million series B funding of GreyOrange, an outlier that has won major clients in India and abroad for its warehouse robots.
This is the country’s oldest network of angel investors, having started in 2006 at a nascent stage for the startup ecosystem.
Many of India’s well-known startups – Ola, Oyo, Zomato, Practo, Byju’s, UrbanLadder, BankBazaar, DailyHunt – have Sequoia backing.
Accel Partners has made 55 bets since 2012, the same number as Sequoia. Standouts among them are Flipkart, Swiggy, PropTiger, BookMyShow, and Freshdesk (now renamed Freshworks).
Among the 48 deals by Mumbai Angels since 2012 are AppsDaily, Purplle, NowFloats, and eDreams Edusoft.
BlueStone, Zivame, and Robosoft are among its notable investments – 43 of them since the beginning of 2012.
Yatra, Lenskart, iProf, and Nestaway are well-known investments by IDG Ventures India. More recently, it has invested in AI startups like Active.ai and SigTuple for a total count of 40 investments since 2012.
Global still makes the cut, with 36 investments since 2012. But last year, it mostly focused on salvaging its biggest India bet Flipkart, which came under immense pressure from Amazon.