Consure Medical raises undisclosed series B funding Healthcare startup Consure Medical has secured and undisclosed amount of funding in a Series B round from VC firm Accel Partners, Indian Angel Network, India nnovation Fund and India Venture Partners, reports Economic Times. The Delhi-based startup will use the new capital to enter new markets, product development, and marketing. It is planning on extending operations to Japan. Consure Medical provides critical healthcare technologies and devices for patients requiring long-term medical care. *** Little Black Book secures $1.2M in funding led by IDG Ventures Search discovery platform for events Little Black Book has raised $1.2 million in funding led by IDG Ventures India, and Indian Angel Network, reports Economic Times. The company plans to use the fresh funding to expand into newer cities, and upgrading technology. Currently the startup operates in Bangalore and Delhi by providing a list of curated events on its online discovery platform, happening in these cities. Little Black Book ties up with local and global brands to offer a list of events across categories such as food & beverages, shopping, lifestyle and travel. *** mChamp app gets $745K in seed funding from MoMagic mChamp mobile app which provides online contests has raised Rs 5 crore ($745,000) in seed funding from MoMagic Technologies, reports YourStory. The app hosts weekly and monthly online contests by partnering with celebrity shows, FMCG brands and movie production houses. Users are rewarded with celebrity meet and greet passes, gift vouchers, cash prizes and free mobile recharges.…
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