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Globevestor launches new micro-VC fund focussed on Indian startups

The company has already finalised a few stealth investments, and despite being generally sector-agnostic, it will have a preference for technology businesses with a focus on the environment, health, and SaS.

Ankur Shrivastava, co-founder of Globevestor (Image:Twitter/@ankoors)

Ankur Shrivastava, co-founder of Globevestor launched a new international micro-VC fund, Momentum Capital, with offices in Canada, India, and the US. Its focus will be on seed-stage Indian startups and makes use of an extensive international network to support its expansion.

Ankur, who co-founded Globevestor in 2013, has backed more than 40 startups, including successful ones like Agnikul, Springboard, Zoomcar, Devtron, Good Health Company, Flintobox, to mention a few. His prior investments span a variety of sectors, including EdTech, SaaS, and the environment.

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