Postman will use fresh funding to build more products to provide comprehensive API development and testing solution to developers.
Even though Snapdeal eyes the mobile commerce space, it has no plans of following Myntra and forcing shoppers to use only its app.
In India, HOOQ competes with video-on-demand platforms of large media houses like Times Internet, Zee Entertainment, and Star India.
With fresh funding, the startup will add in-app payment and home delivery.
The fresh funding will be used for product development and expansion to newer verticals and cities.
This Bengaluru-based startup offers parenting resource and activities for Indian parents; plans to expand its operation to multiple cities across India.
This Gurgaon-based startup called Applyifi could be a godsend for young startups who have no clue how to pitch to investors.
The startup has developed iBE, a breast examination device. With fresh funding, it will implement its go-to-market strategies.
The fund has collaborated with Villgro to invest a total of $100,000 in six potential startups this year.
The fund will invest US$11-15 million each in about 8 enterprise software and consumer technology companies by year end.
Curofy, the mobile only platform for doctors, offers secure networking, collaborative learning, peer advice, and trusted referrals.
With Nudgespot, web companies more easily keep in touch with customers across email, SMS, and push notifications.
Several agricultural institutes in the country have set up incubators to commercialize technology innovation in the space.
Amitabh Bachchan has invested in global cloud storage service firm Ziddu at a valuation of $71 million.
Serial entrepreneur Deepak Ravindran’s newest baby is Lookup, an instant messaging app that connects users with local shops, restaurants, and even police stations.
Contrary to popular perception of Rahul Yadav being a loose canon, he appeared well-reasoned in a rapid-fire grilling, which covered the whole gamut from controversies to company practices and his out...
The startup projects a run-rate of over US$10 million in the coming months; aims to keep the growth streak alive with two acquisitions since March 2015.