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Parenting social network TinyStep secures fresh funds from Flipkart

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Bangalore-based WeHive Technologies Pvt. Ltd, which runs parenting social network TinyStep, has raised Rs 13.6 crore ($2 million) in a fresh round of funding from its existing investor, e-commerce major Flipkart. The company said it will use the current funds to innovate on its product and expand it...

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Exclusive: FirstCry in talks with parenting platform mycity4kids for buyout

Online baby care retailer FirstCry is in talks with parenting platform mycity4kids for an acquisition, a person close to the development told Techcircle.in. Pune-based Brainbees Solutions Pvt. Ltd, which runs FirstCry, is learnt to have completed several rounds of discussions with Delhi-based Just4k...

13 January, 2017 | More »

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Parenting social discovery platform BabyChakra gets funding from RoundGlass

BabyChakra, which connects parents to services and products for babies, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding in its Series A round from RoundGlass Partners, a Seattle-based investor. The capital will be used for product development, hiring and for creating localised content, the company said ...

18 October, 2016 | More »

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Exclusive: Parenting website Kidsstoppress.com raises angel funding

Mumbai-based parenting and baby care startup Kidsstoppress.com has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from angel investors including Karan Bhagat, founder chief executive of IIFL Wealth. The company will use the capital to strengthen its technology infrastructure and team. It will also expand i...

13 October, 2016 | More »

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Exclusive: Parenting social network TinyStep raises fresh funding from Flipkart

Bangalore-based WeHive Technologies Pvt. Ltd, which runs parenting social network TinyStep, has raised a fresh round of funding from one of its existing investors, a person privy to the development told VCCircle. The company, according to the person cited above, has raised funding from ecommerce maj...

27 September, 2016 | More »

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App-based mothers’ network First Moms Club gets funding from Idea Wave Labs

Singapore-headquartered technology startup incubator Idea Wave Labs has picked up a minority stake in Mumbai-based First Moms Club (FMC), an app-based network of mothers. Chris George, country representative for Idea Wave, said in a statement that the company will work with FMC founder Ruchita Dar S...

23 September, 2016 | More »

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How a Facebook community grew into a 50,000-strong network for mothers

A graphic designer by profession, Ruchita Dar Shah worked in the advertising industry for nine years. Being married to an ex-banker, however, meant considerable travel and breaks in her career (Ms Shah happens to be the spouse of Manish Shah, co-founder and CEO of BigDecisions.com, a company owned b...

20 September, 2016 | More »

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What freedom means to entrepreneurs

Be the change that you wish to see in the world, said Mahatma Gandhi. And nobody epitomizes this better than India’s young and feisty startup entrepreneurs as they create new businesses, disrupt age-old sectors and change the way people eat, dress, work, shop, travel, relax and enjoy. As India...

12 August, 2016 | More »

BookMyCab set to raise funding from YourNest Angel Fund

Online (and on phone) cab booking service BookMyCab, run by the startup LiveMinds Solutions Pvt Ltd, is all set to raise angel funding from YourNest Angel Fund. This will be the fund’s third investment after backing video analytics startup Proof of Performance and hyper-local online marketplace ...

11 July, 2012 | More »

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Excl: Kids-related services firm Mycity4kids.com raises angel funding from YourNest Angel Fund

Gurgaon-based startup Mycity4Kids has raised an undisclosed angel funding from YourNest Angel Fund, an early-stage venture capital firm. Although the exact quantum of the investment could not be immediately ascertained, it is estimated to be around Rs 3-5 crore ($0.6-1 million), given the investmen...

20 June, 2012 | More »