Adurcup raises funds from Dineout founders Online procurement platform for quick-service restaurants Adurcup has received an undisclosed amount in seed funding from Dineout founders Ankit Mehrotra, Sahil Jain, Vivek Kapoor and Nikhil Bakshi, reports Vccircle. The Delhi-based company will use the funds to expand its operations in Mumbai, Bangalore and Ahmedabad and to create an out-of-home advertising network aimed at reaching more than 25,000 customers per day across Delhi-NCR. Adurcup was started as part of the BW Accelerate program inside the IIT Kanpur campus in January 2015. It provides users co-branding and advertising opportunities with a performance metric system in place. The company claims to have served more than 200 quick service restaurants in the past. *** SnapShopr raises funds from Amod Malviya Image search engine SnapShopr has raised an undisclosed amount in seed funding from Flipkart Ex-CTO Amod Malviya, reports YourStory. The funds will be used for hiring and advancing…
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