ZenParent raises $500,000 from i2india Ventures Bangalore-based Digital media company ZenParent has raised $500,000 from i2india Ventures, reports ET Tech. The funds will be used to expand to other cities in the country, besides Bangalore. A part of the funds will also be used for improving operations. ZenParent provides information on parenting habits, recreational habits, etc through its website and mobile application. Currently, the content is being developed by a team of 15, who, the company claims, are parenting experts. Apparently, ZenParent caters to about 70 personas of a parent, based on parameters like lifestyle and preferences of the children among others. Customer communications platform Nudgespot raises $650,000 from Kae Capital Saas-based customer communications platform Nudgespot has raised $650,000 seed funding from Kae Capital, with participation from individual angel investors Anoop Goyal, Mike Shah and VA Sastry, reports Techcircle. The funds will be used to hire new team members in both India and US, and on marketing and product innovation. As part of the deal, Kae Capital founder and managing director Sasha Mirchandi will be joining Nudgespot's board. Founded in 2014 by Myntra co-founder Raveen Sastry, along with Anubhav Sudha, Suresh Harikrishnan and Alok Shankar, Nudgespot provides business communications services between companies and their customers across email, SMS and push notifications, including options to filter and segment users based on past communication. The company claims to currently have over 40 customers, including Ola, Bluestone, Decathlon and Toppr among others. Sastry also founded the baby products e-commerce platform Hoopos, which was later sold to…
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