We back early-stage companies with differentiated products/services to expand in GCC region

We believe in India story and have trust in young entrepreneurs in making it successful.

NB Ventures provides platform to launch product and Services in GCC region

Investment Criteria

Strong Management Team
High barriers to Entry
Scalable Business
Differentiate value proposition

Our Area of Interest

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Information Technology

Social Impact

NB Ventures Limited Partners

Angel/Seed Stage

Pre-Series A / Series A

Late Stage PE

Latest Media News

Exclusive: Online Fraud Detection Startup IDfy Bags $2 Mn From Existing Investors

Mumbai-based online fraud detection platform IDfy is raising INR 16 Cr (nearly $2.1 Mn) in debt from existing investors Millenna FVCI III, NB Ventures and Dream Incubator as a part of its Series A funding round.

According to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs filings accessed by Inc42, IDfy’s parent company Baldor Technologies Private Limited is proposing to allocate 2,50,270 Series A CCD of a face value of INR 640 for a total aggregate subscription amount of up to INR 16,01,70,800. The board has approved the issue on preferential basis through private placement in a meeting held through private placement.

Of the total capital raised, Millenna FVCI III has infused nearly INR 14.89 ($2.01 Mn) into the company. Dream Incubator has invested INR 74 Lakh ($100K) and NB Ventures has added INR 37.24 Lakh ($50K) in the company. Millenna FVCI III holds 34.15% stake in IDfy on a diluted basis, whereas ND Ventures and Dream Incubator have 5.43% and 5.55%, respectively.

Dubai’s ‘Clip the Deal’ raises seven-figure Series A for its digital grocery coupons.

Dubai-based digital grocery coupons and offers platform ‘Clip the Deal’ has closed its Series A round, raising a seven-figure investment, it announced in a statement today. The round was led by Optiscape Network Holdings, a retail and distribution investment group with a special focus on retail technology. The previous investors including Dubai-based NB Ventures and Mishaal Alireza also took part in the round.

Fosun-backed LetsTransport pockets second venture debt cheque within a month

The funding from Stride and InnoVen comes around a year and a half after the logistics marketplace raised Rs 100 crore (around $13.5 million) in a Series B round led by Fosun International and Bertlesmann India Investments. LetsTransport had in January 2017 raised $4 million (around Rs 27.2 crore) in its second round of funding from GMO Venture Partners, Neelesh Bhatnagar of NB Ventures and existing investor Rebright Partners.