Sequoia India may invest $50 mn in edtech firm

As per a media report, K12 Techno Services which has raised more than $75 million in previous rounds and also engaged with TPG and Accel decided to go with existing backer Sequoia India.
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NEW DELHI: Sequoia India is reportedly planning to invest more than $50 million in K12 Techno Services, an edtech start-up that provides a variety of services to educational institutions and also manages its own chain of schools.

As per a media report, K12 Techno Services which has raised more than $75 million in previous rounds and also engaged with TPG and Accel decided to go with existing backer Sequoia India.

“The terms of the investment might change because the round has not yet concluded. It is unknown if any other investors, outside Sequoia, are participating in the round,” the report said.

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