Aisle, a dating app, has raised an undisclosed amount in a pre-Series A funding round from new and existing angel investors.
The funding round saw the participation of Anas Rahman (MD, Hurun India) and Vinod Jose (founder, Konglo Ventures), among others.
The dating app specializes in connecting non-resident Indians who are looking for serious relationships.
“We’re proud to have introduced a high-intent dating product exclusively for Indians in 2014. Back then, only Tier-I cities were ready for our product, dating etiquette was far from where it has reached today,” founder and chief executive officer of Aisle, Able Joseph told the media.
“But things have changed since the lockdown. Tier-II cities are showing growing acceptance to technology and its use in their daily lives.”
With the fundraise, the company plans to strengthen its product and help young Indians in their late 20s and 30s meet someone special while also honouring the traditions, he said.
Previously, the firm raised funding in 2017 led by investors including CIO Angel Network and Konglo Ventures.