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YourNest invests in defence IoT startup CRON Systems

Early stage investor YourNest has invested an undisclosed amount in defence IoT startup CRON Systems.

Dell Foundation-backed IEIF’s invests in startups ChipperSage and Select Jobs

Michael & Susan Dell Foundation backed India Educational Investment Fund (IEIF), has made investments in startups ChipperSage and Select Jobs, following which its investments have crossed Rs 13 crore across five companies in India.

Math learning startup Cuemath raises $15 million from CapitalG and Sequoia India

Math learning startup Cuemath has raised $15 million in its Series B round of funding from CapitalG and Sequoia India.
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T-Hub inks pact with Esri India for GIS Innovation Hub

T-Hub – a startup incubator set up by the Telangana government today announced the launch of 'GIS Innovation Hub' (GIH) for the start-ups belonging to the capital Hyderabad.
"We are very excited about what lies ahead," Meta co-founder and chief executive Sam Molyneux said in a statement. (Photo: Chan Zuckerberg Initiative)

Zuckerberg charity buys AI startup to battle disease

A charitable foundation backed by Mark Zuckerberg and his wife has said it has bought a Canadian artificial intelligence startup as part of a mission to eradicate disease.

KDK Softwares launches helpline to resolve GST-related queries

KDK Softwares, which launched its 'GST Helpline' service recently, said it has received over 10,000 calls with most of the callers inquiring about the new tax regime whether it will be beneficial for small businesses.
The firm has been assisting brands such as Gati Ltd, CallHealth, 1mg, Hexaware Technologies, Oye Happy, Zopper. (Photo: VDeliver)

VDeliver to expand footprints to Mumbai and Pune

Hyderabad based startup VDeliver says that it has raised an undisclosed investment from KLCP Holdings and Australia-based Boss Consulting and plans to expand footprints to Mumbai and Pune.
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YES BANK, T-Hub, Anthill launches fintech accelerator program for startups

Starups to bring financial solutions that can help YES BANK deliver services on the go.
The Indian arm of Amazon claims to have received over 400 applications in just two weeks of the launch of start-up program called ‘Amazon Launchpad'.

Amazon start-ups program in India witnesses huge spike in applications

The Indian arm of Amazon claims to have received over 400 applications in just two weeks of the launch of start-up program called ‘Amazon Launchpad'.