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India: Temasek-backed InnoVen invests in Swiggy, Furlenco, others in Dec quarter

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InnoVen Capital India invested Rs110 crore (about $16 million) in the December quarter across 13 companies, including food ordering and delivery start-up Swiggy, furniture rental start-up Furlenco and online insurance provider Coverfox, a top executive at the venture debt company said. Backed by Singapore’s state-run investment arm Temasek Holdings Pte… Read more »

Vinod Murali, managing director, InnoVen Capital India. Photo: Mint.
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Furlenco designs the furniture it offers for rent on its platform.
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Some products that are given on rent come at just 1-2% of the original cost, making them accessible for many more people. Photo: Mint
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From left to right: Lakshya Khurana, Abhishek Jaiswal; Apurv Mathur