5 Largest Global Startup from fundings rounds of December

December was a fruitful month for global startup funding. Companies around the world secured a huge amount of capital through different funding events. 

Recent data from the different rounds of fundings in December shows a huge hike in venture capital. Five largest startups have been selected based on those funding rounds. 

Kuaishou Technology 

This short video social platform has 200 million active users daily. No wonder, the venture capital firms like Sequola Capital China and Boyu Capital will pour fund here. This Beijing based company raise funds of 300 millions of dollars as total equity funding. 

Oyo

If you want to have a hassle-free hotel staying experience, Oyo is the solution. The company started in Gurgaon in 2012 and raised $ 150 Million in total as hedge funds and pre-seed funding. 

This firm ensures a great hotel stay for your friends and family. Business models like Airbnb are supporting this Asian venture. 

One97 

Vijay Sekhar Sharma founded this mobile content and commerce service startup at Noida in 2000. This company secured around $4.3 Billion from the venture capitalists like Berkshire Hathaway, SoftBank, and Alibaba.

Potential investors like private equity firms are looking for opportunities to contribute to its development.  

Bright Health

This Minnesota-based startup offers affordable health insurance products and related services. This leading venture secured almost every type of funding throughout its lifespan. Till now the company raise capital of $1.1 Billion.

Leading venture capital firms like Bessemer Venture Partners and Meritech Capital Partners are biding in the Series A funding for Bright Health. 

Chime 

Chime ensures bank fees-free transactions to save money and lead healthy finance. This San Francisco based banking startup started its journey in 2013 and secured $ 808.8 Million in total equity funding.

The company used a large amount of funding in product development and customer satisfaction. Till now, financers like DST Global, Omidyar Network, and Dragoneer Investment Group is backing this banking and mobile payment startup.

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