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About Abhishek Bhatewara
Abhishek Bhatewara is an Indian real estate developer and angel investor. He is part of the Indian angel investment network, Mumbai Angels, and has two portfolio companies. Bhatewara is also the director at Clique Solar, a clean tech entrepreneur. His other key sectors include enterprise services and application, online travel, entertainment, AI and big data. In his spare time, Bhatewara loves to play football and tennis.
Abhishek Bhatewara is currently based in Pune, Maharashta, India, and was previously the business head of Bengalaru-based Rohan Builders. Prior to this, he served as Manager at Macquari Bank in Sydney, NSW, Australia.
Bhatewara received his undergraduate degree from the College of Engineering Pune, India, followed by his postgraduate at the Indian Institute of Management, Indore, India.
Abhishek Bhatewara first invested US$ 858K to HomeCapital, India’s first Home Down Payment Assistance Program, during the seed round in 2019. In the Series B round later in 2021, Bhatewara then invested a further US$ 7M into the company. Bhatewara led the angel round of US$ 120K for PropStory in 2017. The data driven platform for real estate buyers and investors aims to establish a connection between buyers and real estate companies.
Bhatewara’s other investments include US$ 307K during the 2020 seed round of FalconBrick, a company that combines real estate and technology to redefine the construction process for real estate. The company also leads a group of five investors in backing Meetingsandoffices.com, a pan India platform that aggregates shared and flexible workspaces.
Abhishek Bhatewara in the News
Abhishek Bhatewara was listed by Inc42 as one of the 42 Most Active Indian Angel Investors in 2019 for having funded nine start-ups. Bhatewara was mentioned in The Economic Times, India, for the implementation of a solar dish in the Akshardham Temple in New Delhi by Clique Solar. YourStory reported that Bhatewara was advocating the use of Brigade REAP in the PropTech segment, which attracted over US$ 51M in India during 2020.