Jay Robotix raises $250,000 from Cross Border Angels
Hyderabad-based education technology startup Jay Robotix has raised $250,000 from Cross Border Angels and the family office of Thakral Group, reports Techcircle. The platform is looking to raise further funds in a Series A round of funding soon, which it will use to expand in international markets like North America and Japan.
Founded in 2010 by Sudhir Reddy, Robotix builds a line of educational robotic kits for school children up to the 12th standard. The platform claims to have trained over 15,000 students in India, offering practical lessons in technology, engineering, maths and science through activities on Robox. Interestingly, Robotix mentions it recently moved its headquarters to Singapore to expand in Southeast Asia.
Tapcibo raises seed funding from individual investors
Foodtech startup Tapcibo has raised an undisclosed amount in a round of seed funding from CommonFloor from Sumit Jain (co-founder and CEO, CommonFloor), Aprameya Radhakrishna (co-founder, TaxiForSure), Alok Goel (former CEO, FreeCharge), Rajan Anandan (MD, Google India), Amit Agrawal (Country Manager, Amazon India) among others, reports YourStory.
The mobile only startup has also rebranded itself to Dazo. It currently provide users with food on-demand services along with an option to choose from 8-10 menu items for lunch and dinner. According to the platform, users can place an order in just 3 taps. Currently the platform is available only in Koramangala and Bagmane Tech Park in Bangalore where it claims to serve over 150 orders a day. As of now the platform has 10 food partners like the Ants Cafe, Kitchen of Joy and Chai Point etc.
Tracxn raises $3.5 million led by SAIF partners
Tracxn, a research platform for private market investors, has raised $3.5 million in a round of investment led by SAIF partners, reports NextBigWhat. The platform will use the funds to expand its team of 30 analysts to 150 by the end of the year. The platform had previously raised an undisclosed amount from Flipkart founders.
Tracxn is targeted towards the VC industry, PE funds and Corp developments and monetizes via a subscription fee. The platform sources its data from various resources including blogs, twitter, google news, alexa, whois, linkedin and similarweb etc and provides its customers with insight if a startup should be invested in or not.
LogicRoots raises $400,000 from Club Ah!, Calcutta Angels and 91SpringBoard
Jaipur-based educational games developer LogicRoots has raised $400,000 from Ah! Ventures’ investment network Club Ah!, Calcutta Angels and 91SpringBoard, reports Techcircle. The platform will use the funds for product development and expansion.
Founded in 2011 by Gunjan Agarwal and Kunal Gandhi, the platform creates games to help kids better their mathematical skills. The company claims its app Mathaly, ranks in the top 50 educational apps category in the US on the Windows platform. It also users e-commerce marketplaces like Amazon to sell its maths board games like say cheese, monkey fractions, math builder and brainX etc.