Cropin, an agritech startup, has raised $14 million in pre-Series D funding from Google and Singapore-based Impact Assets. In 3-4 months, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation-backed company plans to raise $50-70 million as part of its Series D funding round.
Cropin has passed a special resolution to issue 95,590 compulsorily convertible preference shares at Rs 11,862.68 apiece in the pre-Series D round, according to a regulatory filing with the Registrar of Companies. Chiratae Ventures and JSR Active Innovation Fund, both existing investors, also took part.
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