Gradiant Stock

gradiant.comIndustrial / Other IndustrialFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $538.26MM

Founded at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2013, Gradiant is a global solutions provider and developer of cleantech water projects for advanced water and wastewater treatment. With end-to-end solutions and technology expertise, Gradient enables sustainable and cost-effective treatment of the world's most important water challenges. Gradiant operates from its headquarters in Boston and Singapore and offices across ten countries.

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Management Team

Anurag Bajpayee Ph.D
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Govind Alagappan
Luke Johnson
Chief Financial Officer
Prakash Govindan Ph.D
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer
Richard Stover Ph.D
Chief Technology Officer, Western Hemisphere
Arnaud Lamagnere
General Counsel
Kaarthic Madhavan
Senior Vice President, Business Development, Sales & Growth

Board Members

Ashok Belani
Craig Huff
BoltRock Holdings
Jeffrey Luse
Warburg Pincus
Mark Danchak
WorldQuant Ventures

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News Highlights

Gradiant Raises $225 Million to Accelerate Business Expansion

Gradiant, a global end-to-end solutions provider of advanced water and wastewater treatment, today announced it has raised $225 million in its first close of Series D financing. The round was led by BoltRock Holdings and Centaurus Capital, bringing Gradiant’s total funding to date to over $400 million and its valuation to $1 billion.
Updated on: Jul 14, 2024


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