EazyDiner raises $3 million from DSG and Saama Capital EazyDiner, a restaurant reservation app, has raised Series A funding worth $3 million from DSG Consumer Partners and Saama Capital, reports VCCircle. After recently expanding to Mumbai, the company plans to enter the Bangalore and Pune markets this year with the funding. In April this year, the company had raised its first round of funding led by angel investor Deepak Shahdapuri and Gulpreet Kohli. The company claims that it will book 10,000 diners this month, which is up from 400 in January. The app claims to feature over 19,000 restaurants and bars in Delhi NCR and Mumbai. EazyDiner lets users review, recommend, avail dining concierge and deals for each reservation along with getting insider tips. Started by journo and talk show host Vir Sanghvi and a group of hoteliers and restaurateurs late last year, the Delhi-NCR startup allows service delivery via phone and online. **** Qyk raises $1 million from various investors Professional services provider marketplace Qyk has raised pre-Series A funding worth $1 million led by GrowX Ventures, with participation from Tracxn Labs, Powai Lake Ventures, and Sahil Barua, reports NextBigWhat. In March, the company raised an undisclosed amount of funding from the investors like Zishaan Hayath of Powai Lake Ventures, Sahil Barua, CEO and co-founder of Delhivery, Abhishek Goyal, CEO and co-founder of Tracxn.com among others. Qyk is Bangalore based and lets users find professional services (home-related services not included) like tutors, coaches, interior designers and photographers among others.…
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