SoftBank-backed online eyewear retailer Lenskart has raised $200 million from investors including Temasek Holdings and Falcon Edge Capital. The company aims to use the...
Uniform Junction, India’s first one stop integrated supply chain platform for K-12 schools, a part of the Arvind Mafatlal group, today announced its partnership...
Kolkata based edtech venture, Nalanda Learning Systems Pvt. Ltd., has raised INR 40 crof investment from Aavishkaar Capital. Nalanda Learnings rapidly disrupting the early childhood learning space in India through its digital early learning platform. Having established market leadership in West Bengal through its chain of “Little Laureates” preschools, the company has now set its sights on expanding nationally through its high quality integrated platform of digital content, curriculum and pedagogy, targeting children in early years.
Becoming one of the top investment destinations in the country, Odisha has been able to attract investments worth INR 2.96 Lakh Crore in Financial Year 2020-21 in spite of the COVID pandemic.
The deal signed goes beyond equity investments while also providing branding & marketing. The establishment with Hindustan Times will help build brand awareness in India and accelerate growth at global level.
Amazon.com Inc's cloud computing unit has bought encrypted messaging platform Wickr to enable secure communication as employees largely work from home, the company said on Friday.
FICCI Ladies Organization (FLO) organized a Panel Discussion on Investment & Funding virtually on Zoom Platform on Thursday. Participating in the discussion Mr. Surya S of IIT Hyderabad said "The Secret of Funding is you need to be eligible to get funded".
Plutomen, an Augmented Reality (AR) based self-assistance and remote collaboration platform, today announced that it has raised funding of $ 300 k from GUSEC Seed Fund, DeVX venture Fund, and Industry-Tech focussed HNIs. The funding is a mix of equity & CCD. The funding will be deployed to build the sales & marketing team and also to extend the product team.
With the super app in the making and expansion of digital business, Tata Sons is looking for investors to pump in money. The company reportedly approached global investors to raise an estimated $2-2.5 billion for its digital business as the company prepares for the pilot launch of its super app in Bengaluru in September.
Edtech firm Byju's has raised $50 million in its Series F funding round from investors. According to regulatory filings, the amount was raised from IIFL and Maitri Edtech. IIFL invested $35 million, while Maitri Edtech invested $15 million.