Qlivery Raises $230k From Hong Kong Based Fund ‘Swastika’
Qlivery, on-demand concierge service startup, has raised $230,000 in a new bid from Hong-Kong based angel ‘Swastika’. This Gurgaon based startup is already in talks with investors to raise $4 million in Pre-Series A round.
Founded by Karan Saharan, Chetan Agarwal, Sonal Saraogi, Shivani Agarwal and Rohit Pansari in 2015, Qlivery aims to provide personal assistance to its users, making shopping a real time experience.
Edtech Startup Avagmah Raises Funds From Kris Gopalakrishnan & Atul Nishar
Avagmah, Bangalore based Edtech startup, has raised an undisclosed amount of funds from Kris Gopalakrishnan (co-founder & former CEO of Infosys) and Atul Nishar (founder of Hexaware & Aptech Computer Education). The round also saw participation from existing investors Singapore’s Lionrock Capital, Ganesh Krishnan (founder and former CEO of TutorVista), and Neeraj Bhargava (founder and CEO of Zodius Capital).
Founded by Karthik KS, the company aims to provide ATP (Avagmah Technology Platform) on a managed services model basically assisting universities with digital marketing technology. It offers application-based solutions and web technology solutions for delivery of courses by universities.
Healthcare Services Platform Pramati Raises $200k in Pre-Series A
Pramati Healthcare, healthcare services platform, has raised $200,000 in Pre Series A round of investment. Founded by Vishal Jain and Deep Bajaj, this Delhi based startup provides caretakers for patients at home.
The startup is currently offering services in Delhi NCR region. It basically deals in Assistive Care, Rehabilitation Services, and other services like offering medical equipments and diagnostic services.
Agarwal Packers and Movers Invest $15M in a Delhi-Based Logistics Startup
Trucking Cube, logistics startup, has raised $15 million from Agarwal Packers and Movers. This Delhi-based startup offers metal containers for consignment transport. This investment is will help the investor company to cut losses on account of goods damaged in transit. The startup has a zero damage policy and serve in domestic, commercial and industrial consignments.
Cross Border Money Payments Startup Raises $5M in Series A
InstaReM, cross border money transfer/payments company, has raised $5 million in Series A, led by US-based Vertex Ventures. Fullerton Financial Holdings and Global Founders Capital also participated in the round. The startup stated that the funds will be used for licensing, geographic expansion, scaling the product, technical teams and marketing of the company.