Retail solutions provider Freedom Smart Labs has raised around $145,000 from electronics goods retailer DCS Group, while online retailer for party supplies Funcart has received $70,000 from undisclosed high networth individuals.
Also, education tech startup Carveniche has raised funding of an undisclosed amount from angle investors
Retail IoT solutions provider Freedom Smart Labs raises $145k
The company raised the funding within three months of its launch.
“Freedom.desi is next generation platform powered with Internet of Things. This will empower offline retail trade with required analytics & decision making data. Importance of IoT in retail can be realised with such visionary products,” said Kapil Goel, MD, DCS Group.
Gurgaon-based Freedom Smart Labs is bringing technology and innovation together by providing a common platform to shoppers and retailers.
“We endeavour to add new dimensions to the company and aspire to ramp up sales team,” said Yogesh Huja, founder, Freedom Smart Labs.
The company claims to received over 30,000 downloads.
Funcart Raises $70K From HNIs
Delhi-based online party supplies store, Funcart, has raised $70,000 as seed funding from a group of high networth individuals(HNIs).
The startup plans to utilise the latest round of funding to expand its business and team, as well as to create a strong marketing network for the website.
Launched in March 2015, Funcart is an online website that sells party supplies for kids’ parties, bachelorette parties, baby showers, and theme parties, among others.
“This will enable us to offer many more benefits and to bring in newer party supplies. We look at funding to make us even stronger than before by getting into personalization & adding more products to our existing range,” said Ritika Nangia, founder of Funcart.
“Funding is a positive growth and comes as an asset to a business enterprise. I have always believed in giving Funcart’s clientele a variety to choose from, that too at the best price the market can offer,” she added.
Funcart competes other party supplies e-tailers partymanao.com, partyhunterz.com and partyinabox in addition to other mainstream e-commerce platforms like Flipkart and Amazon that offer party supplies.
Carveniche raises angel funding
The amount of the funding was not disclosed.
The Bengaluru-based company plans to use the funds for product development, scaling up of operations, marketing and also for strengthening its B2C (business to consumer) operations, Avneet Makkar, CEO of Carveniche Technologies, said.
In 2012, Carevniche had raised angel funding of around Rs1 crore ($0.2 million) from Mumbai Angels.
“Our products are centred around a personalised learning technique that suits every student. We also want to use the power of data to ascertain why a student is not doing well and what could be the right way to help them understand a concept,” said Makkar.
Founded in 2010 by Avneet Makkar and Saraswathy A, Carveniche using various technologies including machine learning, artificial intelligence, big data and analytics to overcome all the difficulties a child faces in the learning process