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[Funding alert] AI-based edtech startup SP Robotic Works raises $3M in Series A round

The funds raised will be used to strengthen and amplify the company’s user base and expand the product portfolio, the company stated.AI-based edutainment startup SP Robotic Works has raised $3 million in Series A round led by Mount Judi India Growth Fund. The funding round witnessed additional participation from BCCL and its existing investors…

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[Funding alert] MLOps platform NimbleBox.ai raises $1M in seed round led by Venture Catalysts

NimbleBox.ai, a Techstars portfolio company aiming to build and provide a complete toolkit for developers focused on artificial intelligence, on Tuesday raised $1 million in its seed round led by Venture Catalysts. The round also saw participation from The Chennai Angels, Nanavati Family, and Astarc Ventures. Founded by Anshuman Pandey, Rohan Pooniwala, and Naman Maheshwari in…

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Mindler Raises $1.5 Million In Pre-series A Funding

 Mindler, the ed tech start-up will utilise the funds towards expansion of the team, entering new geographies and forming institutional partnerships and alliances. · Ecosystem Ventures, Inflection Point Ventures, nVentures Singapore and The Chennai Angels are prominent investors in the recent round of funding. · Mindler provides a SaaS platform…

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The Chennai Angels invests in Bumberry

CHENNAI: Angel investment network The Chennai Angels (TCA) has invested Rs 2.22 crore in cloth diapering brand Bumberry. With participation from Bumberry’s existing investors Konglo and Kerala Angels, the total investment stands at Rs. 3.11 crores. Bumberry was Kerala Angel Network(KAN)’s first investment after formation of the network, early last…

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The Chennai Angels and Brinc launch new accelerator program

CHENNAI: Angel network The Chennai Angels and global accelerator Brinc on Tuesday announced the launch of an online acceleration programme for agritech, foodtech, healthtech, and fintech startups, and invited applications for it. The three-month programme will provide participating startups a minimum investment of $50,000 and the opportunity for further funding…

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The Chennai Angels invests ₹2.61 crore in start-up Blaer Motors

The Chennai Angels (TCA), an angel investment group, has invested ₹2.61 crore in Blaer Motors, a National Institute of Technology-Trichy incubated start-up based in Chennai. Founded by four engineering students, Blaer Motors builds and develops technological solutions in the transportation and mobility space. The company focuses on developing clean, smart…

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