Noida-based Store My Goods has raised $1 million in a funding round led by JITO Angel Network, Promoted by JITO Incubation and Innovation Foundation to expand its tech ecosystem and venture into new markets.
The round also saw participation from a group of marquee investors, including Good Water Capital – US Consumer Tech Fund, Gajendra Jangid (Co-Founder, Cars24), Ruchit Agarwal (Co-Founder, Cars24), Ashish Shah (Founder, Pepper Fry), Ambareesh Murthy (Founder, Pepper Fry), Balvinder Sahrawat – AVP Development, South Asia – Accor, and other high net worth individuals from India and Europe.
Founded by Sudeep Gupta (Founder), Swati Gupta (Co-Founder) and Lovedeep Gupta (Co-Founder), My Goods offers storage-related offerings, helping them pack, pick, store and return goods at their convenience.
The startup claims to have a presence in 50 cities, including Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, and Pune.
Sudeep Gupta, Founder of Store My Goods, said, “We founded Store My Goods with a clear mission: to offer clients a superior storage experience, one that prioritizes flexibility and choice. We believe that customers deserve to have options when it comes to storing their belongings, and that’s exactly what we provide through our innovative and customer-centric approach to storage solutions.”
Speaking on the investment, Rajat Mehta, Chairman, JITO Incubation and Innovation Foundation, said, “We are thrilled to be a part of this funding round and are excited to see Store My Goods grow and expand its reach. The cutting-edge technology and customer-centric approach to storage solutions make them a prime example of the kind of companies we like to invest in.”
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