Apple alum’s jobs app for India’s workers raises $12.5 million

03 Mar, 2021

Apple alum’s jobs app for India’s workers raises $12.5 million
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– Apna, a startup by an Apple alum that has become home to millions of low-skilled workers in India, said on Tuesday it has raised an additional $12.5 million.
Sequoia Capital India and Greenoaks Capital led the $12.5 million investment in the startup. Existing investors Lightspeed India and Rocketship VC also participated in the round in what is an extended Series A.
– The startup, whose name is Hindi for “ours,” has now raised more than $20 million.
– More than 6 million low-skilled workers such as drivers, delivery personnel, electricians and beauticians have joined Apna to find jobs and upskill themselves.

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