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Exclusive: HR solutions platform Tydy raises $275K from angel investors

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Bangalore-based employee onboarding and engagement platform Tydy has raised $275,000 in angel investment from a group of individuals, including existing investor Bhupen Shah, former co-founder of Sling Media. Others who also invested in the firm are Jayesh Parekh, managing partner at Jungle Ventures...

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Mobile B2B marketplace Wydr raises Series A funding

Mobile business-to-business (B2B) marketplace Wydr has raised an undisclosed amount in Series A funding from Stellaris Venture Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners and Jungle Ventures, according to a press statement. Axis Capital from Singapore also participated in the round. The company will utilise...

20 January, 2017 | More »

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Second-hand goods marketplace Zefo raises $6 mn from Sequoia, others

Bengaluru-based Zero Effort Technologies Pvt Ltd, which runs second-hand goods marketplace Zefo, has raised $6 million (Rs 40 crore) in Series A round of funding led by Sequoia India, with participation from venture capital firms Beenext and Helion Ventures, which is also an existing investor. Zefo¬...

15 November, 2016 | More »

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B2B packaging material marketplace Bizongo raises $3 mn from IDG, Accel

Smartpaddle Technology Pvt. Ltd, which owns and operates business-to-business (B2B) marketplace for packaging materials Bizongo, has raised $3 million (around Rs 20 crore) in Series A round of funding from IDG Ventures and existing investor Accel Partners. The Mumbai-based startup will use the money...

5 November, 2016 | More »

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Accel Partners, Jungle Ventures invest $4 mn in B2B marketplace Moglix

Moglix, run by MOGLILABS Pvt. Ltd, a B2B e-commerce company specialising in procurement of industrial products, has raised Rs 28 crore ($4.2 million) in Series A round of funding led by Accel Partners, along with Jungle Ventures and SeedPlus. Jungle Ventures’ co-founder and managing partner Anurag...

4 October, 2016 | More »

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Bessemer, others invest $15 mn in home design startup Livspace

Bangalore-based home design and decor startup  Livspace has raised Rs 100 crore (around $15 million) in its third round of funding led by existing investor Bessemer Venture Partners. Other existing investors Helion Ventures and Jungle Ventures also participated in the round, the firm said in a stat...

29 August, 2016 | More »

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Mobile security startup Appknox raises $650K from SeedPlus

Bengaluru- and Singapore-based mobile security company Appknox has raised S$875,000 ($650,000 or Rs 4.35 crore) in a pre-Series A round led by SeedPlus, a new seed-stage venture capital firm backed by Jungle Ventures, Infocomm Investments, Accel Partners and RNT Associates. The startup has used the ...

17 August, 2016 | More »

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Exclusive: Actor Farhan Akhtar-backed film discovery app Flickbay gets seed funding

Film discovery app Flickbay, backed by actor and movie director Farhan Akhtar, has raised $890,000 (about Rs 6 crore) in seed funding from Paul Roy, chairman of Dubai-based Riva Digital. Flickbay, run by Picdot Pte. Ltd, was founded last year by Trishant Sidhwani and Vishal Ramchandani. It has been ...

3 August, 2016 | More »

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Meet the men who advise Ratan Tata on his angel investments

Ratan Naval Tata is no stranger to betting big. The 78-year-old chairman emeritus of Tata Sons Ltd has backed 36 startups since retiring as the head of the Tata Group in December 2012. Tata’s personal investment portfolio is spread across India’s hottest internet companies, covering sect...

29 June, 2016 | More »

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Pokkt sells reward-based ad platform to focus on core mobile video ads

Mobile video advertising startup Pokkt.com has sold its reward-based Android app, Pocket Money, to Japanese mobile marketing company Adways Inc. for an undisclosed sum. Rohit Sharma, founder and CEO, Pokkt, said the startup decided to sell the application as it wants to focus more on mobile video ad...

27 June, 2016 | More »

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