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iCrushiFlush raises funds from IDG Ventures

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

iCrushiFlush, a casual dating app, today said it has raised funds from IDG Ventures, which will be primarily used for product enhancement.

However, the company declined to comment on the quantum of fund raised from IDG Ventures, a venture capital fund with focus on early stage technology startups.

IDG Ventures has invested in companies like Flipkart, Yatra, Newgen, Lenskart.Com, Vserv, Firstcry.Com, Manthan Software and Zivame.Com.

The pre-series A round of funding will be mainly used for product enhancement and marketing purpose, iCrushiFlush Founder Amit Vora said in a statement.

ICrushiFlush is a casual dating app that helps connect people around your location and allows them to make new friends to build relationships.

It has managed to get about five lakh downloads across India, mainly between age group of 18 to 25. ICrushiFlush is witnessing a growth of 25 per cent on month-on-month basis.

The app has presence in over 12,000 towns across the country, and Vora believes that next 200 million internet users will be coming from tier 2 and tier 3 cities.

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First Published: Wed, July 22 2015. 14:02 IST
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