GHV Accelerator Backs Wellness Food Startup Sattviko And Retail Store Design Firm Glue Design

GHV Accelerator has led an undisclosed amount of funding in two startups, Sattviko and Glue Design.

Sattviko is a Delhi-based wellness food startup which recently raised an undisclosed amount of Pre Series A funding from a bevy of angel investors. Prior to that, it had raised around $300K (INR 2 Cr) in an angel funding round in February 2016 and also counts Raman Roy, Chairman and managing director at Quatrro BPO Solutions as investor.

Glue Design, on the other hand, runs a proprietary Store Transformation System Quiktile. A design and innovation company launched in 2010, Glue Design has so far worked with over 200 companies in the fields of retail, product and exhibition design. Earlier, the firm also raised two funding rounds in 2015 and 2016 respectively, the details of which have not been disclosed. It also counts in its bucket investors such as YES Bank Family Office and Singapore angel Network.

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