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Zoctr, which offers health related services and home wellness packages online, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Times Group’s Brand Capital, reports Vccircle. The company will use the funds to advertise through Times Group properties and expand to 18 cities. It had raised seed funding from Rajeep Agrawal 9 months ago and $1 million from angel investors 6 months ago. As of now, the platform offers services which include long term intensive care, health checkups, chronic care etc.

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Industrybuying, an online marketplace for industrial supplies and goods, has raised Rs 12 crore in a round of funding from Trifecta Capital, reports iamwire. The platform will use the funds for hiring, to improve its supply chains and for branding. The company had previously raised Rs 60 crore in a series B round from Kalaari Capital and other investors. It also raised an undisclosed amount of funding from TVS Group and Murugappa Group. It had also raised $2 million from SAIF Partners in February last year.

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Noida-based recruitment app Jobick has raised an undisclosed amount in seed funding from Indian Angel Network (IAN) member Abhinav Mathur, reports Vccircle. Founded in 2015 by Ravi Wadhwa, Jitendra Singh and Mohit Mirwani, Jobick is available as an Android and iOS app. It connects candidates and recruiters without needing a resume and has a chat function to let candidates speak to the recruiters in real time.

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Evibe, an online marketplace for party services has raised an undisclosed amount in angel funding from investors led by Hyderabad Angels, reports Vccircle. The funding will be used for covering a wider range of post and pre wedding preparations, houses warming parties and conferences, other than improving backend technology and operations. Founded in 2014 by Anjaneyulu Reddy and Swathi Bavanaka it claims to have served over 1,60,000 guests. It currently provides services like party halls, decor styles, package deals, cakes and other entertainment options in Bangalore.

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Mumbai-based Plick.it, an instant content app, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from angel investors Sanjay Mehta, reports Vccircle. The startup will use the funds to develop its app for multiple browsers and operating systems, other than upgrading its server for faster response time. Users can use the platform for transferring images and text as well as access various channels to keep up with news and information.