Slice raised Rs 46 cr from Japan's Gunosy Capital


Online credit & payments startup Slice raised Rs 46 cr in Pre-Series B led by Japan-based investor Gunosy Capital with participation from US-based EMVC, Kunal Shah of CRED, Better Capital and existing investor Das Capital.


Slice offers credit to consumers using both physical and a virtual card, designed exclusively for young customers in India that include freelancers, college students, and salaried professionals. Its partners include Flipkart, Amazon, BookMyShow, Myntra, Uber Eats, and Paytm.


“As a young team, we understand this consumer very well and in the last four years, our primary focus has been making youngsters' financial experience fun and seamless. As we accelerate towards our next phase of growth, support from new investors will be absolutely critical and will enable us in the mission of becoming the go-to fintech destination of Young India," said Rajan Bajaj, founder and chief executive of Slice

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