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business-standard.com April 17, 2019

Increff Raises $3 Mn From Binny Bansal, 021 To Fuel Next Phase Of Growth | Business Standard News

The startup provides technology to retailers such as such as Puma, Mango and Esprit. : Increff, a startup that provides technology to retailers for sales and inventory efficiency has raised $3 million from Flipkart co-founder Binny Bansal and 021 Capital. The firm would use the funds to fuel the next phase of growth by expanding its customer pipeline, enhance product offerings and foray into international markets. "We're excited to have partners like Binny Bansal, Sequoia, 021 Capital on board who provide not only capital, but also vast experience in our domain," said Rajul Jain, co-founder and CEO, Increff.
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inc42.com April 13, 2019

Funding Galore: Indian Startup Funding Of The Week [8-13 Apr]

We bring to you the latest edition of Funding Galore: Indian Startup Funding Of The Week! This week one of... The post Funding Galore: Indian Startup Funding Of The Week [8-13 Apr] appeared first on Inc42 Media.
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pymnts.com April 12, 2019

B2b Venture Capital Spans Smb Banking, V

Investors backed a range of B2B FinTechs this week operating in areas including accounting, cross-border payments, virtual cards, expense management, cybersecurity and more. In total, more than $68 million in venture capital was announced -- but that's not counting the $130 million round for one U.K. FinTech gearing up to launch small business banking services. [...]
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inc42.com April 11, 2019

Stalwart Angel Investor Anand Chandrasekaran On His 'midas Touch' And Building Products

For Indian startups, 2014 was a watershed year; a record number of fundings came into the country, Flipkart became one... The post Stalwart Angel Investor Anand Chandrasekaran on His 'Midas Touch' and Building Products appeared first on Inc42 Media.
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dealstreetasia.com April 11, 2019

Indonesia's Fore Coffee Ups Series A Total To $9.5M

The Indonesia-based on-demand specialty coffee startup has secured $1 million in additional funding. The post Indonesia's Fore Coffee ups Series A total to $9.5m appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
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xconomy.com April 11, 2019

Xconomy: Active Capital Leads $1.8M Round For Back Office's Ai Bookkeeping

San Antonio--Active Capital is leading a $1.8 million seed funding round for West Palm Beach, FL-based automated bookkeeping software maker Back Office. 500 FinTech, PlugNPlay Ventures, and angel investors also participated, according to Active. Back Office says it uses artificial intelligence-driven software to automate revenue and expense reporting (among other accounting measures) for businesses. It [...]
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techcrunch.com April 10, 2019

Streetwear Marketplace Bump Raises $7.5M - Techcrunch

Bump, the Y Combinator-backed marketplace for streetwear, is announcing that it has raised $7.5 million in Series A funding. Bump's Jack Ryder told me that even before starting the company, he and his co-founder Sam Howarth were active in buying and selling streetwear and sneakers -- but he admitted that it took several tries before [...]
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dealstreetasia.com April 09, 2019

Cdh Investments Leads $10M Round For India's Glowroad

The Accel-backed startup enables suppliers to sell their products to end customers through resellers. The post CDH Investments leads $10m round for Indian e-commerce startup GlowRoad appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
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xconomy.com April 09, 2019

Xconomy: Vc Trends In 2019: More Money, Fewer Deals But Women Still Get Less

If you've been following venture capital trends, what you expected to happen in the first quarter of 2019 did: More money is being invested in fewer deals, and women founders still are getting less of it than men. Venture firms sent $32.6 billion into startups nationally during the first three months of 2019, the second [...]
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techcircle.in April 09, 2019

Medical-tech Startup Sigtuple Raises Series C Funding For New Lines Of Business | Techcircle

Medical-technology startup SigTuple Technologies Pvt. Ltd has raised $19 million (around Rs 132 crore at current exchange rate) in a Series C funding round for developing new lines of business. In a release, SigTuple stated that the round was led by US-based platform for institutional investors Trusted Insight. The round also saw the participation from existing investors including Accel, Chiratae Ventures, Pi Ventures and Flipkart co-founder Binny Bansal. As part of the transaction, Bansal will be joining the board of SigTuple.
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