Tag "RazorPay"

7 Indian startups that turned Unicorns in 2020 [so far]

By : Laxitha Mundhra

Yesterday, Razorpay raised $100 million from Sequoia and GIC, and with that, it has become a Unicorn. despite the pandemic, many startups are seeing that they raise funds and keep themselves afloat. The Indian Startup Community has a huge potential

[Funding] GIC and Sequoia Capital lead Series D fund of $100 million in Razorpay (now a Unicorn!)

By : CIOL Bureau

Razorpay has raised a $100 million financing round led by GICand existing investor Sequoia Capital. With this fundraise, the company will reach the $1 billion valuation. This will make it the first Indian neo-bank to hit that benchmark. Existing investors include

Razorpay announced appointment of New CIO and CBO

By : CIOL Bureau

Razorpay announced appointment of Amitabh Tewary and Rahul Kothari to its team, as their Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) and Chief Business Officer (CBO), respectively. The Former Mastercard Vice President, Amitabh Tewary, will be responsible for expanding Razorpay’s footprint in other

CxO of the Week: Arif Khan, Chief Innovation Officer, Razorpay

By : Ashok Pandey

CIOL has chosen Arif Khan, Chief Innovation Officer at Razorpay, CXO of the Week. He is leading the team towards creating superlative products that are instrumental in the Company’s journey towards becoming synonymous with innovation. A professional in payment industry

Razorpay integrates UPI into IRCTC website and app

By : CIOL Writers

Digital payments company Razorpay has partnered with Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation(IRCTC) to enable users to book tickets through UPI based service, in addition to the credit/debit cards, wallets, and net banking. The move first reported by Economic Times

Razorpay raises $20M in Series B led by Tiger Global

By : CIOL Writers

Digital payments startup Razorpay has closed its Series B funding round of $20 million led by existing investors Tiger Global and Y Combinator; the round also saw the participation of Matrix Partners. The company will use the funds for its