VC firm M Venture Partners raises additional capital for MVP Fund I

An early-stage VC fund M Venture Partners (MVP), based in Singapore, has raised an undisclosed amount of additional funding to bring the total amount allocated to companies in MVP Fund I’s portfolio to US$55 million.

According to the VC, 30 investments have been completed across India and Southeast Asia since MVP Fund I’s first debut at the end of 2019. Furthermore its primary investments are in the pre-seed, seed, and pre-series A rounds of tech-enabled B2B or B2B2C businesses in the two markets.

The fund’s portfolio of businesses includes management education provider NewCampus, investment advising platform Liquide, and mental health coaching venture, Naluri.

The companies in the portfolio fund include ibehavioral health coaching startup Naluri, investment advisory platform Liquide, and management training firm NewCampus.

Tanuja Rajah, principal at MVP stated, “We’ve only deployed 40% of our capital thus far and therefore have quite a bit of dry powder left.” However, she emphasised that the VC firm’s pace of investments is not about to slow down any time soon.

M Venture Partners

Azran Osman-Rani, co-founder and CEO of Naluri, said on MVP’s investment, “They’ve followed-on two consecutive times after their initial investment and have provided invaluable strategic guidance as a board member and helped us expand our business and investor networks in Asia.”

M Venture Partners (MVP), based in Singapore, and founded by Mayank Parekh, is an early stage investor and partner to innovative and disruptive start-up ventures that are founded by “professionally-skilled” entrepreneurs with vision, true-grit and passion to create a “built to last” different future. They support entrepreneurs across Southeast Asia, and selectively India.

M Venture Partners (MVP) seems to be a fascinating startup with motivating advancement on venture capital and private equity principals platform. Sending my best wishes for your business. I hope this startup gets you and your team a lot of success and fortune.

Shishir Gupta, Founder and CEO, StartupLanes

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