PurpleHealth raises $100K from Katabole Technology Venture PurpleHealth, an online health-on-demand platform, has raised $100,000 (around Rs 67 lakh) from Mumbai-based Katabole Technology Venture, reports VCCircle. The funding will be used to strengthen PurpleHealth’s team and enhancing its product offerings. The platform provides users access to doctors, hospitals and health-related products and services. It also provides technological support to help healthcare providers engage with their customers. The company claims to over 38,000 doctors and 4,000 hospitals in its network. *** Derbii raises seed funding Derbii, a carpooling app has raised an undisclosed amount of seed funding from Anurag Chauhan, the Managing Director of Accenture, reports VCCircle. The funds will be used to improve its technology, acquire more customers and increase the number of cabs on the road. The company claims to have more than 20 cabs at present. *** ShabdaNagari raises bridge funding from ah! Ventures ShabdaNagari, a Hindi social networking portal, has raised an undisclosed amount of bridge funding from ah! ventures, reports VCCircle. TaskUs's Abhimanyu Singh, Jaipur Rugs's Yogesh Chaudhary, and Artha Energy Project's Anirudh Damani also participated in this round. The company plans to use the funds for its product development, marketing and promotional activities. ShabdaNagari allows users to post articles, pictures, videos and questions using the tools provided on the website. It claims to have received around 2 lakh monthly unique visits and 8 lakh page views on its platform. *** Roast raises funds from Indian Angel Network Roast, a mobile entertainment app, has raised Rs…
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