Bangalore-based Delyver.com raises Rs 6.5 crore in funding Bangalore-based online platform that connects offline retailers with customers in the neighbourhood Delyver.com has secured over Rs 6.5 crore in a round of funding from an undisclosed VC fund in the city, reports Techcircle. The startup plans to use the funds to expand its operations to 20 cities by next year. Founded in 2010 by Salu, Reebu Varghese and Praful Thachery, Delyver is a hyper local ecommerce platform, that works with offline retailers to connect them to customers in their neighbourhood. Currently, the platform claims orders placed on it are processed and delivered within 60 minutes. As of now the company operates in Bangalore and offers products in nine different categories, covering 21 neighbourhoods and over 1000 retail outlets in the area. Coupons platform GrabOn secures $250,000 from unnamed HNI Hyderabad-based e-commerce products company Landmark IT Solutions (LMIT) operated online coupons and deal platform GrabOn has received $250,000 in funding from a US-based unnamed high net-worth individual (HNI), reports Techcircle. The company will use the funds to expand its operations in North America, with a focus on the US, early next year. Founded in September 2013 by Bhanu Raju, Spandan Jaggumantri, Sitaram Bodempudi, HariBabu Yeliti, Ashok Reddy and Nagendar Chamalla, GrabOn is an aggregator of online coupons and deals in various verticals including electronics, fashion, travel and food and dining etc., from e-commerce websites like Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal, redBus, Foodpanda etc. It currently claims to list over 3000 coupons from more than 1000 merchants, and…
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