Indian payments app FamPay nets $4.7m from Y Combinator, Sequoia India, others
It allows teenagers to get a card without a bank account. Source link
Byju’s, an Indian edtech startup worth about US$8.4 billion, is focusing on dominating its home market instead of a geographical…
Its first offering is a loan product for international study, designed specifically for Indian students. Source link
The round was also backed by MassMutual Ventures Southeast Asia. Source link
Fancy a job at a Big Tech firm? India’s InterviewBit promises to help you with that. And it’s coming to…
It plans to scale up its enrollment efforts, launch in new markets, and invest in their curriculum and live-teaching products….
The startup wants to make online gaming as entertaining and engaging as cricket and Bollywood in India. Source link