Gyaanzone raises Rs 30 lakh from GBIM Technologies Online education portal Gyaanzone has raised Rs 30 lakh in a round of funding from GBIM Technologies, reports NextBigWhat. It will use the funds for improving its product, offer more course information and better personalized services. The portal provides information on events, institutes and jobs from various countries. It currently claims to list over 5000 Indian colleges and 750 international universities, as well as provide information on various corporates to help users find their first job. *** Lumiere raises undisclosed amount in crowdsourced funding Organic products e-store Lumiere has raised an undisclosed amount in funding from 20 unnamed investors in a crowdsourced initiative, reports Vccircle. This is the first closure of the funding, and more funds are expected to be raised in this round. Founded in 2002 by Ambrose Kooliath and Manjunath Panickaparambil, the startup will use the funds for buying more land for organic farming, marketing expenses, opening more physical outlets and scaling up its online shopping portal. The platform currently provides farm and bakery products through physical stores as well as its website. *** Infurnia Furnishings secures $160,000 from Idein Ventures Bangalore-based Infurnia Furnishings has raised seed funding worth $160,000 from venture capital firm Idein Ventures, reports Vccircle. The startup will use the funds for expanding its business and hiring marketing, sales and technology teams. Founded in 2014 by Nikhil Kumar, Parul Jain and Lovepreet Mann, the platform enables customers to customise and look at furniture in 3D, before making…
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