Edabba raises funding for existing investor CCube Angels
Omnipresent Retail Pvt Ltd, which runs online shopping portal edabba, has raised an undisclosed amount in an early stage funding from CCube Angels, reports Techcircle.in. CCube had previously invested Rs 4.5 Cr in the company in September last year, and with this round of funding will increase its stake in the company to 25%.
Edabba is expected to use the funds to set up its ‘trust points’ or kiosks in Karnataka and Maharashtra, through which it sells a variety of products from about 250 brands. The company currently has 700 such kiosks across Goa, Bihar, Andhra, Rajasthan etc., and plans to expand to over 5000 kiosks over the next three years.
Tydy secures $138,000 in angel funding
The mobile collaboration app for sales and marketing teams, Tydy raised $138,000 in a round of angel funding, reports NextBigWhat. The round was led by MD of BORQS Software Hareesh Ramanna and other angels including Soumitra Sharma, Bhupen Shah the co-founder of SlingBox and Nikhil Ramanlal the Director of Atandra.
Tydy will use the funds to expand its current two people team to a 4-5 people team, and invest in sales and marketing strategies. The startup, which currently provides its modular collaboration platform on Android and iOS, said it will focus on scaling, product development and building a customer base over the next 6-8 months. It currently lists Mantri, Puma and Atta Galatta among others, as its customers.
myNoticePeriod raises Rs 2 crore in seed funding
Online recruitment portal myNoticePeriod.com raised over Rs 2 crore in a round of seed funding led by IDG Ventures India, reports the Times of India. Other investors include CTO and co-founder of travelmob.com Prashant Kirtana, owner of JetSet Capital Shamsunder Talreja, former Yahoo engineering lead Raghu Krishnananda and Ravi Gururaj from Frictionless Ventures.
The startup, which hosts potential candidates serving their notice period and recruiters looking to make a quick hire, said it will use the funds to hire sales and engineering people to double its headcount, set up operations in Singapore and other emerging markets and invest 5% of its funds in other early-stage startups. It currently claims to have over 32,000 job seekers listed on its database and over 65 paying customers.
Bodhi Health Education raises $50,000 from Last Mile Accelerator
Mobile tech firm Bodhi Health Education has raised $50,000 investment from, Ahmedabad based Last Mile Accelerator, reports Techcircle.com. The startup will use the funds to create new courses, add new content for frontline health workers and set up a business development team.
Founded by Abhinav and Shrutika Gridhar, Bodhi offers eLearning solutions via the web and offline mobile tablets, to bottom-of-the-pyramid health workers. The startup currently aims to train 60,000 community health workers over the next 5 years in India and other developing countries.