Apna is sort of a LinkedIn for non-English speaking and non-affluent Indians, says its founder. : Apna, an app startup that helps India’s blue-collar workers find jobs, has raised $70 million from Tiger Global and Insight Partners at a valuation of $570 million. Existing investors including Sequoia Capital India and Lightspeed India participated in the Series B funding round. The capital will help with technology improvements, talent acquisition and expansion to the U.S. and Southeast Asia, the Bangalore-based startup announced Wednesday.
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