Priyanka Chopra Jonas, a global celebrity, has evolved in her profession through playing a variety of roles. She has now added the job of investor to her resume.

Over the years, the actress has invested in a variety of businesses, establishing herself as an entrepreneur as well. She added that her desire to travel into unexplored territory in the world of venture capitalism drove her to invest in firms she admired.

Priyanka Chopra is an investor in the following companies:

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1. Bumble

Whitney Wolfe Herd is the CEO of the online dating app, which was created in 2014. Priyanka invested in the startup in 2018 and served as an advisor to the dating app during its debut in India.

2. Holberton School

Holberton School is a company that assists kids in learning programming skills that would enable them to perform better in their future careers. Priyanka spent around $8.2 million and stated that she did so because the company’s goals align with her ambition of emancipating and empowering women via technology.

3. Apartment List

Apartment List, a real estate startup founded in 2011, created an online marketplace for apartment listings. The venture’s objective was to provide the general population with easy renting alternatives. Priyanka joined the board of directors of the rental marketplace in 2020, with American artist Lizzo and NBA star Andre Iguodala, among others.

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4. Perfect Moment

Perfect Moment, a luxury skiwear brand, is owned by Priyanka Chopra and her husband Nick Jonas, who are also investors in the fashion industry. According to reports, the couple will oversee the brand’s growth and evolution. This is the actress’s first venture into the fashion sector.

5. Genies 

Genies is a virtual avatar firm that makes commercially viable digital avatars and memorabilia of artists. This firm was founded by Priyanka, Camila Cabello, and Paris Hilton.

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6. Anomaly Hair Care

Last year, the actress launched Anomaly, a vegan and ecological haircare brand with a variety of cheap and chemical-free products. With the foundation, Priyanka developed the hair care business to cater to the demands of the target populations.

7. Sona and Sona Home

Priyanka, along with her Indian restaurant Sona, has just launched Sona Home, a homewares company. She teamed up with chef Maneesh Goyal to promote her home décor company, which celebrates Indian heritage and culture.