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Indian startups that got funding this week (23rd April-1st May)

01/05/2015
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1- Foodpanda- Foodpanda, a global mobile food delivery marketplace on May 1, 2015 received $100million funding from Goldman Sachs. In an announcement, Foodpanda cleared that it has raised its funding to $310 million since its launch in 2012 till now.

2- Travel Triangle- Noida based online travel marketplace, Travel Triangle which has over 450 travel agents in 35+ countries on April 29, 2015 has raised a fund of $8 million from Saif & Bessemer, a silicon valley based investor in series B funding.

3- Icertis- ERP solutions startup Icertis raised $6 million from Greycroft & Fidelity Growth Partners in series A funding on April 29, 2015. The Pune based company is a leading provider of enterprise contract management software in the Microsoft Cloud.

4- Termsheet.io- Chennai based Termsheet.io has raised $100 K in a pre-seed round of funding by Angel investors from India, Dubai, Singapore and US. The total fund raised till date has become $165 K. The new round of funding came for the firm on April 29, 2015.

5- Tracxn- Tracxn, a Bangalore based firm for startup analytics platform on April 29, 2015 raised $3.5 million in series A funding from SAIF Partners. The firm treats itself as Gartner for startup information.

6- Tradelab- A financial markets software firm TradeLab on april 29, 2015 announced funding of $0.4 million by incubator Rainmatter. It is a Bangalore based company providing end to end software solution for the global trading community.

7- Urban ladder- Online furniture based e-commerce company UrbanLadder has received undisclosed amount by the top web and technology entrepreneurs Anand Rajaraman and Venky Harinarayan. The funding was announced on April 28, 2015. Earlier in this month, UrbanLadder has raised a funding of $50 million from Ratan Tata.

8- Babajobs- Bangalore based firm, Babajobs on April 28, 2015 received $10 million in series B funding from the SEEK ltd and affiliates. It is a grey collar job board used by over 3 million job seekers currently.

9- Naaptol- Mumbai based Indian e-commerce and teleshopping firm Naaptol.com on April 28, 2015 received $53.75 million from Japanese conglomerate Mitsui and company in its series C funding.

10- Grab- Mumbai based startup Grab raised $1 million seed funding from Oliphans Capital and Haresh Chawla on April 27, 2015. The company deals with food logistics and delivery service.

11- Jugnoo- A Chandigarh based firm Jugnoo received a seed funding of $1 million from personal investors. The company is an on demand autorikshaw based logistic service provider raised funding on April 23, 2015.

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