JPIN launches funds worth $150 mn to promote startups in India, worldwide

The company's investment plans aim to connect start-ups and small businesses worldwide to encourage innovation.


JPIN, an investment bank for start-ups, has launched two strategic funds for promoting start-ups showing potential in emerging markets, helping them with finances scale up their businesses to global levels.

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First Published: May 5 2022 | 4:24 PM IST

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