Ensologic, a cross-border B2B platform, has raised USD 520 K / half a million in a seed funding round led by Indian Angel Network (IAN) and Hyderabad Angels. The round was led by angel investors Hirren Turakhia, Ajay Upadhyaya, and Bikky Khosla of IAN. The Delhi-based startup, founded in 2019, aims to utilize the newly raised investment for technology enhancement and supply building. The startup will also focus on the growth of retailers coming onboard and retaining them.
Oncologic enables overseas brands/manufacturers/aggregators to launch their products in India. The platform leverages technology to seamlessly help 15 million Indian retailers buy consumer products directly from international suppliers.
Given the supply scarcity of global products among Indian retailers, Anil Agrawal along with Shikha Agrawal and Kunal Jain conceptualised Ensologic to provide infrastructure and logistics services, besides technology tools. The move aims to simplify sales and distribution of consumer products in India. Furthermore, the company is committed to building a vast network of suppliers and distributors using the platform to sell to both online and offline consumers across India.
Expatiating on the fundraise, Ankul Maheshwari, CENSIE Capital Partners added, "We are very excited about Ensologic that is solving for millions of small Indian retailers and enabling them to directly import international goods in a small volume making it viable for them, CENSIE was the exclusive financial advisor to Ensologic for this investment round."