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Zomato closes $660 million funding round: Deepinder Goyal

Restaurant aggregator and food delivery company Zomato has raised US$660 million (over ₹4,850 crore), taking its valuation to ₹3.9 billion. CEO Deepinder Goyal tweeted on Friday evening that the company had added 10 new investors, including Tiger Global, Kora, Luxor, Fidelity (FMR), D1 Capital, Baillie Gifford, Mirae, and Steadview. Zomato is also in the process of closing a $140 million secondary transaction.  Some of these companies had also participated in a funding round in November, when a total of $195 million (₹1,452.4 crore) was invested into the company, including Kora Management, Luxor Capital Group, Mirae Asset, Steadview Capital, and Bailie Gifford. In October, Kora Investments pumped in $52 million into the company. In September, MacRitchie Investments, a subsidiary unit of Singapore-based Temasek Holdings, had invested $60 million.  https://twitter.com/deepigoyal/status/1339951086971592708 In September this year, Zomato CEO Deepinder Goyal announced intention to take the company public in 2021. Bankers and legal advisors have reportedly been hired. Info Edge executive Chintan Thakkar said last month that Zomato was indeed preparing for an IPO, but defining timelines was a premature question to answer.  Goyal said that Zomato is clocking 25% higher GMV than its peaks in February 2020. December is expected to be the highest ever GMV month in the company’s history, Goyal said. In November, Zomato had said its food delivery business had crossed pre-COVID levels, operating at around 110% of pre-COVID GMV (gross merchandise value). However, it also cautioned that while the signs are now encouraging, this growth in order volumes has not been “uniform”, and the…

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