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Salesken Raises $22M in Series B Capital Led by Microsoft and Sequoia

Written by Sindhu Kashyap
November 22, 2021

Sales conversation AI startup SalesKen has raised $22 million in a Series B round of funding, led by M12, Microsoft’s Venture Fund. The round also saw participation from existing investor – Sequoia India. The funds will be used to accelerate expansion into the North American market and invest further into their proprietary deep tech product.

Salesken now have customers in Edtech, Banking, Financial Services and several others

“In the last 18 months, SalesKen has grown 300 percent in revenue and successfully launched our North American operations. We now have customers in Edtech, Banking, Financial Services, Construction, Logistics, FMCG and several other B2C sectors. From a product perspective, we have made our real time cues more sophisticated through a deeper sales intelligence, and continue to productise winning sales insights into actionable guidance,” said Surga Thilakan, Co-founder and CEO, SalesKen in a conversation with HerStory.

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