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Agri e-commerce startup BharatAgri raises Rs 35 crore in Series A round led by Arkam Ventures – Moneycontrol

Agri e-commerce startup BharatAgri raises Rs 35 crore in Series A round led by Arkam Ventures – Moneycontrol

Arkam Ventures is also an investor in Jai Kisan, one of India’s fastest-growing rural fintech platforms for farmers and retailers, and Jumbotail, India’s leading B2B food and grocery marketplace and retail platform Founding team, (left to right) Aman Verma, head of new initiatives; Tanmay Krishna, head of tech and product; Siddharth Dialani, CEO and Sai Gole, COOBharatAgri, an advisory-led e-commerce platform for farmers, announced on October 19 that it has raised Series A funding of Rs 35 crore ($4.3 million) led by Arkam Ventures, India’s first early-stage venture fund dedicated to Middle-India startups. The funding marks Arkam’s third investment in the agri-tech space.As per a press release, the round also saw participation from Capria Ventures and existing investors, India Quotient, 021 Capital, and Omnivore. The funds will be used to scale BharatAgri’s e-commerce platform into new geographies and strengthen its last-mile delivery. Rahul Chandra, MD, Arkam Ventures will join the board of BharatAgri.Founded by IIT Madras Alumni, Siddharth Dialani and Sai Gole, BharatAgri uses smart farming advisory for farmers to identify and order the best input products specific to their farming needs. The company has built prediction algorithms that provide advisory customised to crops, regions and climatic changes. Farmers can access this custom… 

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