We created this article as part of our research process for our Asian single family office database. Here, we are highlighting an investment of Mumbai-based 4P Capital Partners, an Indian single family office.
The New Delhi-based startup Koparo offers child-safe and pet friendly home cleaning products. Now, the startup pitched on TV show Shark Tank India. On the show, the startup received €700K in funding from 4P Capital Partners, a single family office from Mumbai. Koparo was founded in 2021 by Simran Khara, a former McKinsey consultant and media executive. The startup also joined a mentorship program from Accel. 4P Capital Partners, the single family office which invested in Koparo, is targeting Indian startups that are “sustainable & robust” and have a “transformational & positive impact on the future of Indians”. Past investments include Nyka (beauty and personal care platform), Servify (a post-purchase ecommerce service), Wonderchef (kitchen appliances) and XYXX Apparels (clothing). The family office also investes in renewable energy through ReNew Power (one of the the largest Indian IPPs) and industrial companies like Shakti Pumps or Concord Enviro. 4P Capital Partners is focused on pre-Series A, Series A and Series B deals, while also targeting pre-IPO and listed companies. The family office is led by Aditya Arora.
Mumbai as an important Indian family office hotspot
4P Capital Partners is based in Andheri, Mumbai’s largest city quarter. Throughout recent years, Mumbai has grown to one of India’s most important family office hotspots. Another important Mumbai-based family office is Subkham Ventures, which is also focused on equity investments. Also the Harsh Mariwala family office, Sharrp Ventures, is headquartered in Mumbai.