Ezysolare raises seed funding from Infuse Ventures

Ezysolare, an online marketplace for solar products and services, has raised seed funding from Infuse Ventures. The company will use the funds for developing technology and expanding its reach across the country. Ahmedabad based Ezysolare was founded by Anmol Singh Jaggi and Puneet Singh Jaggi last year. The platform provides solar energy assessment, layouts and detailed engineering. It also functions as a marketplace where users can list as solar professionals or submit their solar requirements, across home, industrial scales and utility scale plants. The company claims to have 45 suppliers and lists 500 products on its Solarkart.


Eazy Coach raises angel funding

Eazy Coach, an online startup which helps students write applications to US colleges, mentors them for university specific exams and arranging for finances, has raised angel funding from Ravi Agarwal, reports TOI. The startup claims to have mentors who are alumni from Harvard, Stanford and Columbia universities. It plans to add UK, Singapore and Australia colleges to the portal in the next couple of months. The company was started by Om Agarwal in August 2013.


InstaSafe raises seed funding

InstaSafe, a SaaS startup, has raised an undisclosed amount of seed funding from unnamed investors, reports VCCircle. InstaSafe will use the funds for improving its technology platform, products and expanding geographically. A TOI report states that IAN has made the investment. InstaSafe graduated with the Microsoft Ventures Accelerator’s Batch 4. It is a cloud enabled SSL branch and remote access solution, which allows enterprise customers to securely access enterprise provisioned on-premises applications hosted at private, public and hybrid datacenters from anywhere, on a pay-as-you-use basis. The startup was founded by Sandip Kumar Panda and Deepak Panigrahy.


Belita raises $375,000

On demand beauty services marketplace Belita has raised $375,000 through LetsVenture and Lead Angels, reports VCCircle. This round was led by India Quotient and Supreet Singh, with participation from unnamed investors from LetsVenture and Lead Angels. Belita will use the money for hiring, enhancing technology and operations, as well as expanding to new cities. The company claims to have 50 beauticians on board, and was founded by Garima Jain and Akshay Jain in 2011.


Toflo raises $100,000

Toflo Fintech Consulting has raised $100,000 in seed funding from Tania Johny Palathinkal, reports VCCircle. Toflo will use the money to launch an incubation and funding program for fin-tech startups, which will also raise money for them. The startups will also be given office space to work in Mumbai’s Bandra Kundra complex, where Toflo is based out of.

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