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Zivame helps users search perfect lingerie online

There has always been a considerable deal of ignorance for the feminine to get the right lingerie. Be it the social embarrassment or shyness...

E-commerce company Infibeam to receive Rs 40 crore investment from TV18

Infibeam is all set to receive investment from Mukesh Ambani-controlled TV18 Broadcasts worth about Rs 40 crore.
flipkart

SoftBank’s Lydia Jett joins Flipkart board after leaving Snapdeal

Lydia Jett, who resigned from Snapdeal board two months ago, has now been appointed to the board of directors at Flipkart.
Paytm Mall

Paytm Mall looking to raise ₹4,000 crore by end of 2017...

The funding round is expected to close by the end of this year. The name of the investors are not known yet.

Power2SME raises ₹231 crore in Series E funding round

Raised capital will be spent to continue geographical expansion, accelerate product growth and innovation.

Rootefy raises seed funding from Abhinav Gupta to expand portfolio and...

With ₹1.2 crore raised in the seed funding round, the company aims to enhance its product portfolio, develop its technology, and expand its team.

Fairfax to invest in Infibeam for a minority stake in the...

Fairfax Financial Holdings is looking to invest Rs 1,200 to Rs 1,500 crore in publicly listed eCommerce startup Infibeam for 10-12 percent stake in the company.
Paytm

Paytm Mall to spend Rs 32 crore to on-board over 50,000...

Paytm Mall is gearing up to spend Rs 32 crore to get over 50,000 sellers on board ahead of the festive season. It is setting up a dedicated team of 500 personnels for the same.
myntra

Myntra onboards Sane Retails to boost sales of private / exclusive...

Myntra has onboarded Sane Retails as an exclusive vendor on the platform. With this move, it aims to comply with new norms set by DIPP for online marketplaces, and boost sales of its private labels.
flipkart

Flipkart gets Rs 375 crore working capital credit line from Axis...

Axis Bank has extended Flipkart's working capital credit line to Rs 375 crore, giving a major relief to the company during festive season.