Mumbai-based Expertrons, an artificial intelligence (AI) video bot platform for career management, has raised $2.3 million in a pre-series A funding round led by Venture Catalysts, Auxano Capital, Venture Garage, Yoga Capital, Ah!Ventures, Leads Angels and Hyderabad Angels.
Other participants in the round included existing investors LetsVenture, Ivycap Ventures and Nikhil Vora, MD of Sixth Sense, a data visualisation company.
The round also saw participations from Bre Pettis, co-founder of 3D printing company MakerBot.
Expertrons was founded in 2019 by Jatin Solank and Vivek Gupta and currently has over 2,000 partner companies with a user base of over 250,000.
The company plans to use the funds to grow their video bot technology, which is patent pending.
Navia Life Care
Gurgaon-based digital health startup Navia Life Care has secured a $1 million series A funding round led by Anicut Angel Fund, the equity arm of Anicut Capital.
The round also saw participations from 9Unicorns and other angel investors.
The company plans to use the funds to further scale its solution as well as for business development, product innovation, strategic hiring and expansion across India.
Navia Life Care, founded in 2016 by Kunal Kishore Dhawan, Gaurav Gupta and Nupur Khandelwal provides a connected care platform to facilitate transmission of information across various stakeholders in the healthcare industry.
Navia Life Care said that it has recorded a 10x jump in revenue in FY21 and a 30x growth in its user base last year.
It currently serves over 15,000 doctors.
Gurugram-based b2b marketplace for finishing building materials Yojak has raised $3.8 million in a pre-series A funding round led by Info Edge Ventures.
The round also saw participations from existing investors Kae Capital as well as founders of Zetwerk, MedikaBazaar, Bizongo and BlackBuck.
Angel Investors in the round included Arun Venkatachallam, Anupam Mittal and Sanjiv Rangrass .
The funds will be utilised to build teams across tech and non-tech roles, along with developing new technology solutions and expanding into new markets.
Founded in 2019 by Anuj Jain and Rachit Garg, Yojak provides a direct loop between retailers and manufactures on a single platform.
The platform said that it has scaled by 10 times over the past 12 months.
Bengaluru-based market network platform for digital creators CreatorStack has raised a seed funding of $2 million from Accel.
The round also saw participations from On-Deck’s runaway fund, PointOne Capital, Wekan and angel investor Kumar Akash, who is the SVP of Growth at Hotstar.
The startup, founded in 2020 by Nachiketas Ramanujam, Deobrat Singh and Kevin William David plans to use the funds to scale its creator centric platform.
Besides, the startup also announced that Ankit Acharya of Bounce will now join as the Director of Strategy and Business, while Puneet Jain from Cred will join as the Director of Products.
The company said that that it has over 1,000 beta signups from content creators and is working closely with a group of creators to launch the platform.