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Dubai-Based NB Ventures Invests In 50+ New-Age Digital Start-Ups Across Leading Sectors

NB Ventures has invested in healthcare, education, logistics, retail, lifestyle, hospitality, information technology and e-commerce industries

Dubai-Based NB Ventures Invests In 50+ New-Age Digital Start-Ups Across Leading Sectors
POSTED ON October 20, 2023 4:31 PM

NB Ventures, a Dubai-based venture capital firm, has successfully invested in 50+ start-ups since its inception in 2016. The firm's dedication to fostering innovation and collaboration has driven strategic investments with a particular interest in the fintech, foodtech, F&B, retail and EdTech, and sustainability sectors, amplifying the potential of promising start-ups, it said in its release.  

Founded by Neelesh Bhatnagar, the ventures recently added to its investment portfolio start-ups such as Pixxel, Ghost Kitchen, Assidus, Melorra, Otto, Electripe, Cleardekho, Bold Care, Spartan Poker, Power Gummies, Wicked Gud, Clip the Deal, Texub, and many more. Its prominent portfolio companies include Purplle, HealthifyMe, Webengage, Leverage Edu, Pernia's Popup, Thirdwave, Wrogn Fashion, GOAT Brand Labs.  

The VC firm invests in start-ups in India and the UAE, primarily focusing on India. NB Ventures imparts the necessary guidance, mentorship, and support for any business that demonstrates potential and a market fit for expanding into the Middle East.   

Sharing his insights, Neelesh Bhatnagar, CEO of NB Ventures, said, “At NB Ventures, we are committed to identifying and investing in ideas that have the potential to become impactful enterprises of tomorrow. What started as a personal aspiration has now evolved into a trusted name in the world of venture capital. With our experience and expertise in diversity investment, we look forward to connecting with more and more visionary entrepreneurs, closely collaborating to ensure that they achieve what they set out to accomplish”.

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