Education startup Anyadir Education has been accepted into Batch 7 of 500 Startups. Although the amount of funding is not clear, 500 Startups usually provides a seed funding of $25,ooo to $250,000. Started by Manish Katyan and Duleep Deosthale, Anyadir has built Admission Table as a platform to help universities engage with and recruit students from India. When we checked their website, we also noticed that the company seems to have another product, Social Quotient that provides information on the online social presence of about 200 universities. The company currently works out of both New York and Bangalore.
Mobile advertising startup SilverPush has also been accepted into the 7th Batch of 500 Startups. The amount of funding and its use are not clear. In 2012, the company was also part of the startup accelerator GSF Accelerator and had received a seed funding of $28,000.
SilverPush claims to provide a real-time platform for mobile advertising that helps advertisers re-target with their existing users through mobile and social platforms using the bidding system. It is also supposed to help them get new users using the different profiles of the existing users.
Hyderabad based System on a Chip (SOC) manufacturer, Ineda Systems has received investment from Sanjay Jha, Former Chairman & CEO of Motorola Mobility and Lip-Bu Tan, Founder & Chairman of Walden International, reports Times of India. Following the investment, Jha has become the Chairman of the company’s Board with Tan also joining the Board.
The company claims to specialise in low-power SOC/IP development, architecture, and software that is necessary to design silicon & systems used in applications. The company was founded by Balaji Kanigicherla and currently has offices in Hyderabad, India and Santa Clara, USA.