The Wedding Brigade raises Rs 4 cr from Blume Ventures & others The Wedding Brigade, an online wedding shopping portal, has raised Rs 4 crore in funding led by Blume Ventures, with participation from four other angel investors, reports YourStory. It plans to invest the funding into product enhancement and talent acquisition. The platform has been launched for users in Mumbai and Delhi, but the company plans to expand to other cities including Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai as well as introduce new categories such as photographers and caterers. *** Schoolwear raises $1.5 mn in seed funding Schoolwear, a mixed marketplace model for selling school uniforms and supplies, has raised $1.5 million (about Rs 10 crore) in seed funding, from the promoters of publishing firm Navneet Education, reports VCCircle. The company will use the funds to launch a range of school products including uniforms, footwear and accessories across 500 schools in 15 cities by the end of this year. The company is mainly targeting Maharashtra, Gujarat and Goa states for expansion. The startup claims to have sold uniforms to about 30,000 households in more than 20 schools in Mumbai alone. *** Prescribez raises $145K from angel investor Ankush Mehta Prescribez, a healthcare app, has raised $145,000 in seed funding from angel investor Ankush Mehta, reports Business Standard. The funds will be deployed for product development and marketing, besides expanding to Mumbai in the next six months. The app, launched in Pune early this month, aims to connect consumers with doctors, labs and pharmacies. It claims to have 700 doctors on the…
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