Meesho, a Bengaluru, India-based online marketplace for resellers, raised $50m in a Series C funding.
Premiere Digital Services, Inc., a Los Angeles, CA and Bangalore, India-based digital media services and software company, received an investment from Clarion Capital Partners.
Cube Wealth, an Indian financial planning startup, raised about $2m in Series A funding.
MobiKwik, an Indian full-stack fintech platform, acquired Clearfunds, a Mumbai, India-based online wealth management platform.
AsiaCollect, a Singapore-based provider of integrated Credit Management Services (CMS) in Southeast Asia, acquired Creditseva, an India-based credit lifecycle management platform provider.
Vahdam Teas, an Indian direct-to-consumer business tea brand, raised US$2.5 million in Series B round of funding.
Goals101, a Delhi, India-based fintech and big data analytics company, raised $3.5m in Pre-series A funding.
SenseHawk, a San Francisco, CA- and Mumbai and Bengaluru, India-based intelligent cloud-based platform focused on the energy and infrastructure sector, raised $2m in Series A funding.
Flipkart, India’s largest e-commerce marketplace, acquired Upstream Commerce, an Israel-based provider of real-time pricing and product assortment optimization solutions.
Livspace, a Bengaluru, India-based home interior and renovation platform company, closed a $70m Series C funding round.
Infosys (NYSE :INFY ), a global provider of consulting, technology and next-generation services, is to acquire Fluido, an Espoo, Finland-based Salesforce advisor and consulting partner in Nordics and a provider of cloud consulting, implementation and training services.
Servify (Service Lee Technologies Pvt Ltd), a Mumbai, India-based tech platform built to improve service experience across product categories, starting with electronic devices, raised $15m in Series B funding.
Chai Kings, a Chai retail chain in Chennai, India, received a 2 Crores investment.
Finzy (owned and operated by Bridge FinTech Solutions Private Limited), a Bengaluru, India-based P2P lending platform, raised an additional $1m in Pre-Series A funding.
According to a blog post, Paytm, an Indian e-commerce payment system and digital wallet company, received an investment from US-based investment firm Berkshire Hathaway.