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|| Russian investors of LETA Capital invested $5 million in ride hailing app inDriver

LETA RussiaLETA Capital, a venture fund by Russia-based LETA Group, has acquired stake in inDriver, a ride-hailing app for $5 million.

inDriver is an application founded in 2013 by Sinet, a group of companies from Yakutsk. Serving more than 70 cities and providing more than 4.3 million rides per month, the app has a decentralized model where the passengers can set the price themselves. (LETA Capital was founded in 2012 and has since invested in Russian startups like the social app Budist, the air screen maker Displair, the bank software publisher Double Data and more).

To see a list of investors from Russia similar to LETA Capital, check the Russian Investors Directory



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