WorkIndia, a job portal for blue-collar workers, has raised an undisclosed amount in investment from Japanese venture capital investor Asuka Holdings.
Asuka Holdings invested in WorkIndia through its Singapore-based subsidiary Asuka Global, co-founder Nilesh Dungarwal told Techcircle.
This is the third time WorkIndia, operated by Mumbai-based Eloquent Info Solutions Pvt Ltd, has secured funding in a little more than a year.
The startup had mobilised money from early-stage investor Beenext in March and raised a pre-Series A round of $500,000 in October last year from Citrus Pay founder Satyen Kothari, VentureWorks India founder Keshav Sanghi, Discover Capital founder Riddhesh Gandhi and others.
Launched last year, WorkIndia helps in the placement of delivery boys, office assistants, field sales executives, tele-callers and counter sales people in companies. It has 60,000 monthly active users.
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