3iPartners aims to align with Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) as set forth by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) by increasing capital availability to enterprises that promote sustainable development, reduce inefficiencies, improve access & create impact at scale for the next billion.

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USD 250k
(Broad Range of USD 100-500K)


  • Indian farmers face post-harvest losses of about Rs. 930 bn per annum.

  • The agritech start-up ecosystem is increasingly playing a critical role due to rapid growth of internet access and thereby facilitating innovation and disruption in much-needed areas.

  • Technology firms are trying to break into the agricultural landscape using novel business models.

  • NASSCOM report states that efforts to create supply chain efficiency are the focus of more than 50% of India’s booming agritech industry.

  • India has witnessed a 1.7x increase in farmer income in the last decade, enabling farmers to try new tech solutions.

  • Make in India, Make for World is the motto of Indian AgriTech start-ups. India is home to more than 450 startups in the AgriTech sector, out of the global count of about 3,100.

  • There is a 25% YoY growth of start-ups and a 10-fold increase in funding since 2014.

  • The future of this sector remains extremely bright in wake of the huge demand – supply gap and rapidly rising demand for tech-enabled solutions to enhance farm productivity and reduce losses. 

  • India’s GDP has constantly grown at about seven per cent per annum for the past three decades. However, the country’s healthcare sector continues to lag behind.

  • India’s healthcare spending remains low at 1.2 per cent of the GDP, as compared to the US’s 17 per cent or China’s 5.5 per cent.

  • Health-tech is a game-changer to make healthcare services accessible across the country and is expected to generate 40 million jobs by 2030.

  • Healthtech startups can be broadly classified under 12 categories including online pharmacy, telemedicine, personal health management, home healthcare, fitness and wellness, diagnostics, biotech R&D, medical devices, healthcare IT, biopharma, biotech, and genomics.

  • These startups are operating in one of these verticals and are using AI, ML and other modern technology to improve access, affordability and quality of health care.

  • There are about 5,000 plus Healthtech startups in India. Last year saw an overall increase of 45 per cent in the total investments in this sector.

  • EduTech refers to use of technology in education sector to disrupt the orthodox way of delivering education.

  • EduTech has extended its scope and expanded from delivering school and college curriculums to digitized course content for competitive exams and skill development

  • India is at a nascent stage in EduTech revolution compared to its global peers. However, it is rapidly growing at a rate of 55 per cent, on the back of rapid penetration of internet across the country, decline in cost of data, and access to affordable smartphones.

  • EduTech sector is expected to touch $1.96 bn mark by 2021. Five major categories of online education segment are contributing to this growth as follows:

  • Re-skilling and online certification with a current market share of 38 per cent share is expected to touch $463 mn in 2021

  • Primary and Secondary Supplemental Education with a current market share of 33 per cent is projected to reach $773 mn by 2021

  • Online test preparation is expected to cross over $ 500 mn by 2021

  • Higher Education / Language and Casual Learning is expected to cross over $ 224 mn by 2021



  • Productivity Improvements

  • Agri value chain & access to market

  • Farm Management


  • Healthcare access, delivery & Infrastructure

  • Digital & healthcare

  • Insurance &


  • Access to Education &

  • Improve quality & learning

  • Infrastructure &

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