Author: Rainmatter


 

Introducing TWF Flours

Our focus on health at Rainmatter started because of the core team’s focus on living a healthy life. The result of this passion was endless questions about the quality of common food items we eat every day, like vegetables, fruits, dairy, grains, etc. So we started interacting with experts in the domain, such as doctors, […]

Patient capital for Indian fintech, health, and climate startups.
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27 Feb 2024
 

Introducing JSP Enviro

At Rainmatter one of the problems we spend a lot of time thinking about is water management and pollution. We have partnered with JSP Enviro – a Chennai-based bio-electrochemical (BES) wastewater treatment company.

Patient capital for Indian fintech, health, and climate startups.
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23 Jan 2024
 

Follow-on investment – Akshayakalpa

Akshayakalpa is trying to solve some of the thorny challenges in the dairy and farming industry.. The Akshayakalpa team works with farmers and local communities to help them implement organic farming techniques to reduce the use of antibiotics and pesticides and then sources the produce.

Patient capital for Indian fintech, health, and climate startups.
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19 Jan 2024
 

Introducing Fittr

Helping Indians manage their health and wealth excites us the most at Rainmatter. This desire to help people become healthier led us to the FITTR team. We are happy to partner with and support FITTR in its mission to educate people about the importance of nutrition and health.

Patient capital for Indian fintech, health, and climate startups.
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08 Jan 2024
 

Introducing MyLang

When I saw MyLang’s website for the first time, I beamed. An Indian platform that creates, hosts, and promotes literature in Indian languages (beginning with a neat Kannada catalog). When Pavaman described to me how the project had taken shape over two years, it was impressive. The platform was already bringing together authors, scholars, storytellers, […]

Patient capital for Indian fintech, health, and climate startups.
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22 Sep 2022
 

Introducing Actlogica

We started Rainmatter in 2016 because we realized that the Indian markets were quite shallow. The only way we could grow was if the investor participation in Indian capital markets grew, and we could only do so much on our own. So we started backing founders who were building things that could bring in the […]

Patient capital for Indian fintech, health, and climate startups.
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07 Mar 2022