Saverin’s Velos Partners had earlier infused US$11 million in Hopscotch, a flash sales site for baby and kids products
Started in 2012 by Rahul Anand and Lisa Kennedy, Hopscotch offers baby and kids’ products, including apparel, shoes, toys, books, and moms & maternity products. Unlike traditional online stores, the startup launches new limited-time boutiques every day, meaning each brand’s collection is open and available for only a fixed period of time.
A year ago, Saverin’s VC fund Velos Partners infused US$11 million in Hopscotch towards Series B round of funding. US-based Rise Capital, Middle East-based Jabbar Internet Group, and existing investors Singapore-based Lionrock Capital and Skype co-founder Toivo Annus, also participated in the round.
Previously, Hopscotch had secured US$2 million from LionRock Capital, Nisaba Godrej and Skype Co-founder Toivo Annus.
With a net worth of US$6.5 billion, Singapore-based Saverin is an active angel investor with investments across Southeast Asia and North America. Saverin, who is also Chairman of the Advisory Board at Velos Partnershad, started investing in India in 2014.
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