Unbxd secures undisclosed funding from multiple investors

Unbxd, a discovery platform for ecommerce companies has raised undisclosed amount of funding in a Series B round from Nirvana Venutures, IDG Ventures, and Indian Angel Network. The fresh capital will be used for acquiring new talent and upgrading infrastructure. Currently, Unbxd  provides search, navigation, product recommendations, merchandising and analytics solutions for eCommerce companies.

mPaani secures undisclosed funding led by Blume Ventures

Cashback and rewards platform m.Paani has raised an undisclosed amount of funding led by Blume Ventures, reports TechCircle. Individual investors including Adil Allana, Aprameya Radhakrishna, and Gautam Ivatury also participated in the round. The fresh funds will be used for expanding operations outside its current markets, product development, and talent acquisition. Points earned through m.Paani while shopping can be redeemed with its’ retailers for discounts, talk-times offers, among others.


Knolskape raises undisclosed funding

Software development firm Knolskape has secured an undisclosed amount funding in a series A round from Inventus Capital, and The HR Fund, reports TechCircle. The company plans to use the funds for expanding in newer markets, and product development. Bangalore based Knolskape currently offers simulation software for recruitment, training, assessment and talent engagement solutions for corporates, and smaller organizations.


Commut gets $200K in funding from 50K Ventures

Hyderabad based shuttle service provider Commut has raised $200,000 in funding from 50K Ventures, reports Economic Times. The startup will use the fresh capital for expanding into new cities, and upgrading its technology. Currently, Commut offers shuttle services across 50 different routes in Hyderabad. Users can book for seats using a mobile app and claims to have complete more than 700 rides every day with a fleet of 42 shuttles.


InTouchApp secures undisclosed funding from Blume Ventures

Contacts management utility app InTounchApp has secured an undisclosed amount of seed funding from Blume Ventures, reports Livemint. The new funds will be used for building technology and expanding marketing activities. The app lets its users collaborate and share contact details with each other. Users can also create contact lists and share it among their people in their phonebook. InTouchApp currently claims to have about 2,5 million downloads.


mishTag raises undisclosed funding from multiple investors

Shopping app mishTag has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from M&Y Partners, SVG Media, Anthill Ventures, and other angel investors, reports NextBigWhat. With the fresh funds, the company plans to build an AI based chatbot, which would help automate the Q&A process, and a forum for shoppers to directly chat with sellers and merchants. mishTag provides a platform for shoppers to seek and answer questions on shopping; users can also upload a product image along with their question.


DropKaffe gets $550K from a clutch of investors

On-demand coffee delivery startup DropKaffe has raised $550,000 in funding from multiple investors including GrowthStory, Apurva Salapuria, Hitesh Oberoi, among others, reports YourStory. The new funds will be used in ramping up production capacity, marketing and talent acquisition. The Bangalore based startup, which was founded in early 2015, also raised $300,000 in September last year.


Milkbasket secures $500K from multiple investors

Subscription-based milk products delivery startup Milkbasket has raised $500,000 in funding from VC firms like EVC Ventures, Zhu Dao Investments, and other individual investors, reports YourStory. The Gurgaon based company will use the new capital for hiring fresh talent in its technology team. Milkbasked currently offers more than 500 milk-based products on its platform; it currently claims to employ both inventory and vendor based models for its operations.


Careongo raises undisclosed funding

Online pharmacy aggregator Careongo has raised an undisclosed amount funding from a clutch investors including Farooq Oomerbh, Anupam Mittal, Anand Mittal, among others, reports TechCircle. The new funds will be used for upgrading its technology and adding more pharmacies onto its platform. Careongo operates via a mobile app; users can place order through it and get it delivered to their address. It currently operates in Delhi-NCR, Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Kolkata.

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