Posts Tagged ‘ TinyStep ’
Monday, January 23, 2017
Indian startups saw a lot of funding activity in the week gone by with as many as 20 companies receiving angel, seed or venture capital. Bengaluru-based WeHive Technologies Pvt Ltd, which runs parenting social network TinyStep, raised $2 million in a fresh round of funding from existing investor Fli...
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...
17 January, 2017 |
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 |
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 |
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 |
Bangalore-based WeHive Technologies Pvt Ltd, which runs parenting social network TinyStep, has raised an undisclosed amount from Silicon Valley entrepreneur and investor Matt Glickman. Glickman is founder of US-based parenting portal BabyCenter. As part of the transaction, Glickman comes in as an ad...
4 March, 2016 |
Parenting social network TinyStep, a platform that connects parents with doctors, child service providers and other parents, has raised an undisclosed amount in its seed round of funding from Flipkart. The startup plans to use this amount to develop the product, enhance user experience and strengthe...
19 January, 2016 |