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Social Networking platform O’hi secures Rs 3 Cr in series A round



India-based social networking platform O’hi has raised Rs 3 crore in series seed round funding from marquee investors such as Rahul Mehta (Managing partner DST), and Angellist US among others.

Founded in 2021 by Rupal Sharma and Adeeti Singh brainchild, O’hi has seen over 56K user’s behavior, they are diving deep into each & every expectation of authentic, instant socializing.

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Commenting on the fund infusion Rupal & Adeeti, Founders, O’hi, said “We are very pleased to receive these funds and would like to thank our partners in realizing the vision that we had set out for O’hi. We are entering a very exciting, high acceleration phase in our journey and I am confident that this partnership will grow many folds in the coming months. We have an immense on-ground knowledge & learning of Human behaviors at different types of cafes, at different hours of the day as have been working, studying the same for over 4 years now.”

“More and more Indian people are connecting via O’Hi every day, as the network breaks down geographic barriers and helps people in real life instantly while anyone is at a café or a lounge. We believe that the deep insights and learning they have accumulated in these months of piloting in Jaipur, Goa, Pune, etc has enabled them to be on the path of the first big on-ground social network across the World,” they added.

The brand will leverage the capital infusion to invest in technology, products, and pilots to bolster its app, strengthen its team, and build the brand. They are looking at increasing their services. The platform started with Goa, Jaipur, and currently with Pune, Gurugram, and Bangalore intending to expand to new cities.


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Krishna Mali
Krishna Mali
Founder, CEO & Group Editor of TechGraph.

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