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Brick&Bolt raised USD 1.5 million in a pre-series A funding led by Sequoia India

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The funding also saw participation from angel investors such as Anuj & Ramakant (Livspace), Aakash Goel (Trifecta Capital), Meghna Agarwal (Indiqube) and Navin Dhanuka (Piramal Fund Management).

Brick&Bolt, a full-stack platform providing end-to-end solutions for the construction industry, has raised USD 1.5 million in a pre-series A funding led by Sequoia India’s rapid scale-up program Surge, the company said in a media release.

The funding also saw participation from angel investors such as Anuj & Ramakant (Livspace), Aakash Goel (Trifecta Capital), Meghna Agarwal (Indiqube) and Navin Dhanuka (Piramal Fund Management).

“The company will use the funding to invest in enhancing its core technology platform, growing its existing team and business expansion to tier-1 and tier-2 cities across India,” said Jayesh Rajpurohit, co-founder, Brick&Bolt.

Founded in 2018, Brick&Bolt currently has 260 projects in Bengaluru along with a roster of 250 curated contractors. The company is planning to enter the commercial construction (B2B) market in the next few months.

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