Leap.club, a professional network for women, has received $1 million in funding. The funds will be used to accelerate the company’s growth.
Leap.club, a women’s networking startup, has raised $1 million in funding from current investors and top startup founders.
Enzia Ventures, along with Artha India Ventures, Ghazal Alagh of Mamaearth, Alok Mittal of Indifi, Atul Goel (E-city Ventures), Vatsal Singhal of Ultrahuman, Shrishti Sahu of Hustle Hard Ventures, Ashwini Asokan of Mad Street Den, and Swati Mohan, led the round.
This new round of funding comes a year after their previous round of $810,000. In July 2020, the company received $380,000 in its seed round, bringing its total funding to $2.2 million.
Ragini Das and Anand Sinha, two former senior Zomato executives, will retire in May 2020.
The company has already signed up 50 major corporations and approximately 100 startups for the launch of its talent solutions platform, which will connect women to the best workplaces and enable the appropriate career steps for them. Well-known angel investors such as Kunal Shah, Amrish Rau & Sweta Rau, and Deepak Abbot, as well as top venture capital firms such as Enzia Ventures, Titan Capital, Whiteboard Capital, and Artha India Ventures, have backed the startup.
In the next two years, the startup hopes to have 100,000 users and generate $100 crores in revenue.
It is also one of the few companies in India with a cap table that includes nearly 40 early adopters, with the majority of investors being women.
Ragini Das and Anand Sinha, co-founders, claim that