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Skillveri raises funding from Ankur Capital

Chennai-based startup Skillveri has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Ankur Capital, reports Vccircle. The platform, which creates virtual simulators for skill training, will use the funding for expanding its operations and improve its product.

The company currently offers an AURA line of welding simulators that it claims trains workers at a fraction of the cost of traditional training methods. It plans to expand this simulation technology for other manufacturing and construction sectors like spray painting and crane handling. The training platform is marketed to various industries, vocational training institutes and polytechnic and engineering colleges like IIT Madras and IIT Mandi.

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Plabro raises funding from Flipkart founders & others

Plabro Networks, a broker networking platform, has raised $350,000 in funding from Flipkart founder Binny and Sachin Bansal and with participation from firms Sol Primero and Outbox Ventures and angel investor Sangram Singh, reports YourStory. The platform will use the funding for product development and expanding to other locations.

Plabro currently offers a platform that helps real estate agents network as well as share inventories and requirements with other agents. The platform also claims to provide agents with current trends in the real estate space to help make informed decisions. As of now, the startup is completely free and does not have a revenue model in place. According to the company it will look to monetizing the platform in the future by commercializing the insights and data on the platform.

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LabStreet secures $150,000 in funding

Gurgaon-based Labstreet, an aggregator of diagnostic labs, has raised $150,000 in a round of funding from multiple investors including Click Labs, reports Vccircle. The platform will use the funds to improve collection and logistics capabilities as well as to expand to other cities.

Users can book various diagnostic blood tests through the platform, which for now, only lists labs in Delhi. Users can search the platform for a single test, or multiple tests, with the startup displaying only labs that do all the tests a user requires. The company also displays the price of the test, and provides free home collection to pick up blood samples. Interestingly, the company claims to have launched in Bangalore and Pune as well, but we couldn’t find the listings.

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WedMeGood raises $407,200 from IAN

WedMeGood, a wedding planning portal, has raised $407,200 in seed funding from Indian Angel Network (IAN), reports Vccircle. The platform will use the funds to scale up its technology and sales team.

Founded in 2014 by Anand and Mehak Shahani, the portal lets prospective couples plan wedding related things. It lists various professionals such as photographers, makeup artists and others, other than listings related to decor, designer wear, jewellery brands and catering firms. As of now, the platform claims to list over 3,500 vendors.

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Analytics firm Unilog secures funding from Kalaari

Unilog Content Solutions, a big data analytics and data management platform, has raised an undisclosed amount in funding from Kalaari Capital, reports Vccircle. The company will use the funds for product development and expanding its footprint to other locations.

Founded 16 years ago as a product content management software, the company currently provides a flagship product called CIMM2, an ecommerce management platform for B2B companies. According to Unilog, it currently has over a 100 customers around the world.