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VC Firm India Quotient to Raise at Least $80 Million for New Fund

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The Mumbai-based early-stage venture capital investor, which has backed the likes of homegrown high street fashion brand Fabbaley, lingerie label Who’s In Charge and beauty player Sugar, has launched its largest fund yet, its partners told Mint.

With its new fund, India Quotient is looking to invest in early stage start-ups like direct-to-consumer brands, content start-ups and fintech firms. The firm plans to raise at least half of this capital from domestic investors.

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