Chiratae is looking for next round of early stage ventures


Chiratae Ventures, one of the top home-grown venture capital firms in the country, has launched the latest edition of its seed-stage initiative, Innovators Programme, as the technology-focused investor prepares to double down on its early-stage investment activities.


This is the seventh edition of the Innovators Programme, which kicked off about five years ago.

Chiratae, which counts companies such as Myntra, Curefit, FirstCry and Lenskart in its portfolio, has made over 50 early-stage investments till date, splashing out $125 Mn.


"The focus is to look at companies within our core sectors - consumer technology, healthcare and health-tech, fintech, enterprise software and deep-tech," Karan Mohla, executive director and partner at Chiratae Ventures told .

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