Store My Goods raises $1M from JITO Angel Network
Tech-based storage solution provider Store My Goods has raised $1 million (around Rs 8.3 crore) in a seed funding round from JITO Angel network and Good Water Capital.
The round also saw participation from Cars24’s co-founders Gajendra Jangid and Ruchit Agarwal, and Pepperfry co-founders Ashish Shah and Ambareesh Murthy, among others.
The fresh funds will be used to expand the geographical presence and upgrade technological offerings.
Founded by Sudeep Gupta, Swati Gupta and Lovedeep Gupta in 2021, Noida-based Store My Goods offers storage-related offerings, helping them pack, pick, store and return goods at their convenience.
The startup plans to utilise the funds to expand its tech solutions and also enter new markets. It is currently present in over 50 cities including Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, and Pune. Based in Noida, the startup offers customers to store their belongings such as household goods, business supplies and vehicles.
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