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7 agritech startups looking to revolutionise farming

India's agricultural sector has always played a crucial role in the nation's economy, deeply rooted in its rich farming heritage. However, with...

AI-based computer vision startup Awiros raises $7M financing

Awiros, a deep-tech startup that develops an AI-based computer vision platform primarily for video processing, has secured US$7 million in an equity...

Battery Tech startup Log9 Joins Hands with EV Gravton Motors

Bengaluru-based advanced battery technology and deep-technology start-up Log9 Materials has announced entering a strategic collaboration, initiated through a recently-signed Memorandum of Understanding...

Health-tech Startup GoMedii takes a big leap on Medical Tourism

Keeping in line with the government’s ‘Heal in India’ initiative, GoMedii, a fast-growing health-tech platform, aims to act as a digital enabler...

Online medical apparel brand KNYA Med attracts seed money

KNYA Med, an online medical apparel brand, has raised an undisclosed amount in seed funding, led by DSG Consumer Partners. The promoter...

Chefkart raises $2M to turn local cooks into professional home chefs

ChefKart, a Gurugram-based at-home cooking services platform, has raised $2 million in a seed round of funding led by Pravega Ventures and...

xQ scores $1.4M to teach video creation in schools 

xQ, an edutech startup that teaches kids the art and science of video creation, has raised $1.4 million from a Gujarat-based angel...

Career-focused edutech firm Geekster banks $1.3M pre-Series A

Career-focused edutech platform Geekster has secured $1.30 million (INR 10 crore) in a pre-Series A round led by Inflection Point Ventures with participation from Japan's...

B Capital closes $250M early-stage fund for Asia , US markets

Global multi-stage investment firm B Capital has announced the close of its first dedicated early-stage fund worth $250 million.

5ire turns unicorn after a $100M Series A raise

5ire, a fifth generation level 1 blockchain network, has raised $100 million in Series A funding from UK-based conglomerate SRAM & MRAM.

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