JobSquare raised USD 100,000 from Titan Capital, while Azah's amount was undisclosed.
The start-up plans to use the funds to enhance its production, launch new products and expand sales operations in tier-II and III cities, it added. The company aims to double its monthly revenue by the end of the next quarter.
Co-founded by Shashwat Diesh and Aqib Mohammed in 2018, Azah offers chemical-free products in the female hygiene segment. Previously, Azah had raised a seed funding of USD 200,000 from the group of angel investors.
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