AlmaMapper Raises $400K to Connect Indian Students, Universities

ALMAMAPPER, an Indian startup based in Pune, has raised $400K in a seed round from Oswal Techno Ventures LLP, reports YourStory. Founded in 2014, the company connects university students with peers at other campuses and helps them build local networks through events and a digital “Library” for sharing class notes and videos. For universities, AlmaMapper is positioning itself as a tool to help with community outreach and student recruitment—similar to what US startups like Uversity and CampusQuad offer. The startup currently claims 60,000 users across 40 colleges.

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