Propstack raises $3 million from DMG Information Property data and technology startup Propstack has raised Series A funding worth $3 million from DMG Information, reports NextBigWhat. The platform will use the funds to expand its services across the country and launch additional products. The online real estate portal will expand its market to seven new cities including Pune, Bangalore, Delhi-NCR region, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Chennai. *** ICustomMadeIt, raises $250K from Virendra Shahney, Dr Paresh Doshi Customised merchandise ICustomMadeIt has raised $250,000 from Virendra Shahney and Dr Paresh Doshi, in its second round of funding. It will use the funds to enhance its technology for UI and expand internationally, reports NextBigWhat. The Pune-based startup launched their site in April 2015 and claims to have over 8,000 product listings across 33 categories. *** Vidooly raises $1 million from Bessemer Venture Partners Vidooly, a Noida-based video marketing & analytics startup, has raised funding worth $1 million from Bessemer Venture Partners to scale its technology base and expands its services in Japan and Middle East, reports NextBigWhat. The company provides services to content creators and multi channel networks, in which it offers features such as video tag suggestion, best time to publish, search rank analysis and competitor tracking among others.
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