Homegrown early stage venture capital firm 100X.VC has invested $2.7 million across 17 startups as part of its 11th cohort, The Economic Times reported. 

100X.VC picked 17 startups out of 307 shortlisted firms from a pool of more than 1,500  firms.

The startups chosen from diverse sectors include Anywa.ai, Baylink, Deepvue.tech, EasyReplenish, Futr-studios, GoCodeo, Hummsa Biotech, Kroto, Openleaf, Origgo, Orbit Wallet, and Pet Chef, among others.  

This takes the count of its portfolio companies to 161. 

“Our portfolio now spans sectors including B2B SaaS, healthtech, climate tech, food and beverage. These startups exemplify the transformative potential of India’s early-stage startup ecosystem,” Ninad Karpe, founder and partner at 100X.VC, told Inc42.

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