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  • Cybage's Deepak Nathani invests in Pune-based Demyto
    Cybage cofounder Deepak Nathani has invested an undisclosed amount in vehicle maintenance startup Demyto for a 20% stake in the company. Demyto, or deal with my auto, was set up in 2015 in Pune and offers car servicing, as well as allied products like tyres and spares along with insurance services through its Web-based platform. Kaustubh Konkar, cofounder of Demyto, said the company has created a technology-enabled interface that could be used to offer services like usage-based insurance where on-board diagnostics would be needed. "At present, we work with 110 service stations in Pune and offer both B2B and B2C services," he said. The company works largely with cab companies and tour operators, taking charge of vehicle maintenance for these firms. Read More At Economictimes
  • Cybage co-founder Deepak Nathani picks 30% stake in Benoit Fashion
    Pune-based online fashion startup Benoit Fashion has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Deepak Nathani, founder and chief executive officer of Relfor Labs, a consumer Internet company. The startup, which targets millennials, specialises in men and women’s apparel. “The future of fashion is all set to be revolutionised with e-commerce. The purchasing trends of millennials, coupled with high quality products at lucrative prices at par with global fashion trends, is what has to offer to its customers,” Singh said. Read More At Vccircle
  • Pune Based Ethosh Raises Funding From Relfor Founder
    Deepak Nathani, Cybage co-founder, has picked up a 25% stake in visual and interactive communications firm Ethosh. The investment amount remains undisclosed. Founded in 2011 by Jitendra Dahale and Rahul Deshpande, Ethosh offers visual and interactive communication solutions to organisations. The startup provides video solutions including interactive product experience, virtual and augmented reality, and visual technical learning. Read More At
  • Devourin raises seed fund from Relfor's Deepak Nathani
    Restaurant automation solution provider Devourin has raised an undisclosed amount of seed funding from Relfor Labs’ Deepak Nathani. Nathani, also co-founder of Cybage, has acquired a 20 per cent stake in the company. Devourin provides a cloud-based platform adaptable for different kinds of food businesses across POS, websites, tabletops and mobile apps, and has an operation central command that allows owners to control multiple operations from a single location. Read More At
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