Bengaluru-based ZopNow raises Rs 62 crore in fresh round of funding

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Online grocer Zop-Now has raised $10 million which when converted accounts for Rs 62 crore.This was an outcome of a funding round led by San Francisco-based Investment Group Dragoneer along with existing investors Accel Partners, Qual-Comm Ventures and Times Internet which are also investing.Bengaluru-based ZopNow, estimated to be valued at around $50 million, will use the money primarily to expand to more cities.

Mukesh Singh founder of the online grocery store Zop-Now said that “We will be expanding to about 15 cities, and continue to invest in technology and hiring,”In a nutshell, Zop-Now intend to expand their business empire and cater to serve people across 15 metropolitan cities.This would in turn lead to a boost in employment sector and also aid in technological advancements.All in all this Rs.62 crore funding would enable and ensure optimum business expamsion and subsequently higher turnover for the company.



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