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Ikigai, Algo get active on $2m pre-Series A for Pune fitness start-up Fittr from Sequoia

NEW DELHI: Pune-based fitness startup Fittr on Tuesday said it has raised $2 million (over Rs 15 crore) from Sequoia Capital India’s Surge programme. The company will deploy the pre-series A funds for hiring, technology and overseas expansion, Fittr Co-founder Jitendra Chouksey said.

The Economic Times

Ikigai Law advised Fittr led by a team of principal associate Ishita Shome, associate Sankalp Srivastava and managing partner Anirudh Rastogi.

Algo Legal acted for Sequoia Capital‘s Surge, led by partner Lalu John Philip and associate Shrushti Shanbhag.


Deal value: USD 2 million

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