Moneyyapp Raises Money, Doesn’t Say How Much

Moneyyapp Raises Money, Doesn’t Say How Much

Pre-Seed Round From Angellist Early-Stage Quant Fund.

MoneyyApp to launch innovative products and services for digital natives and solopreneurs to help them  grow - Fayyaz Hussain, Cofounder and CEO

BENGALURU, Dec 16 (The CONNECT) - MoneyyApp, a Fintech platform empowering small businesses, digital native solopreneurs and creators in India, has raised an undisclosed amount in pre-seed round from AngelList Early-Stage Quant Fund.

MoneyApp would use the funds to expand its operations, increase product development and create awareness around the app to get more creators and solopreneurs into its network. 

The startup has raised an angel round in June with the support of GSF Founder Rajesh Sawhney, IndiaMart founder Dinesh Agarwal, Nazara Technologies' founder Nitesh Mittersain, BharatMatrimony founder Murugavel, along with Roshan Abbas and Guarav Kapur,Arvinder Singh Gujral ex Twitter APAC Head also participated.

“With AngelList’s Early-Stage Quant Fund on our cap table, we look forward use their expertise and track record in identifying gaps in the market that can be served by innovation,” said Fayyaz Hussain, Cofounder and CEO of MoneyApp. 

The app will come up with innovative products and services and tools for digital natives and solopreneurs that can help them manage and grow their businesses, Hussain said.

Founded in early 2022 by serial entrepreneurs Fayyaz, Mohit Goyal and Aaditya Goyal, MoneyyApp, provides creators in India with financial and business growth tools and alternative finance help them scale faster and efficiently. 

As per industry reports, there are over 100 million creators and yet another 63.4 million MSMEs in India at present. However, over 80% do not have any technical knowhow or financial tools to scale their products and services. 

 The Bengaluru and Singapore-based start-up, helps creators by providing tools to improve how they run their businesses. They also help remove the income disparity often present among creators who work on similar genres, categories, and verticals.

MoneyyApp’s target audience is the approximately 100 million digital native solopreneurs/creators who currently make content for various social media platforms like YouTube, Instagram and white dollar digital-gig platforms like Upwork. MoneyyApp has onboarded around 1,6000 creators to date and targets 10x growth.  

“We are enthusiastic investors in MoneyyApp. We believe that great people build great companies and we know from our proprietary data that MoneyyApp is one of the most attractive start-ups in the world for talented job seekers,” says Abraham Othman, PhD of AngelList’s Early Stage Quant Fund

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