Whodat, an augmented reality (AR) platform, has raised $600,000 from Ideaspring Capital. Whodat, which follows a business-to-business-to-consumer (B2B2C) model, is building a proprietary hybrid SLAM (Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping) system to place digital content within indoor environments without markers, which are basically visual cues which are linked to virtual information.
Info Edge (India) Ltd — the parent company of Naukri, 99acres, and Jeevansaathi — has acquired discovery platform AmbitionBox for an undisclosed amount. Navi Mumbai-based AmbitionBox is a two-year-old company. It assists job-seekers with company reviews, company information, interview tips and advice.
Indian films actress Jacqueline Fernandez has invested around $543,000 in Rakyan Beverages that makes juices under the Raw Pressery brand. This latest investment values the company at around INR 120 crore.
Medical assistance startup Credihealth has raised its pre-Series A funding round from Mountain Pine Capital and Tolaram, family office investment arm of Tolaram Group. Bengaluru-based Credihealth plans to using this funding to expand its operations to address the non-clinical pain points of patients.
Chennai-based diabetes care provider Dr Mohan’s Diabetes Specialities Centre has raised Series A funding of INR 66 crore, led by impact investor Lok Capital-advised Growth Fund. Dr Mohan’s Diabetes will use the funds to develop a pan-India presence and grow from a base of 25 clinics to 100 clinics in the next four years.