Startup Roundup: Voylla secures funding, Titbit acquires

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Startup Roundup: Voylla secures funding, Titbit acquires, jewellery and accessories shopping portal has raised seven-digit figure via angel funding. The funds raised will be used for growing its operations team and will be invested in marketing the shopping portal. sells semi-precious, precious metal, and gem stone jewellery and accessories for women. The diamond range, certified by Diamond Trade India, starts from Rs. 820 while the sterling silver range starts from Rs. 750. The accessories range starts at Rs. 500, consisting of exquisite handbags, clutches, stoles and scarves in both ethnic and contemporary designs.[source]

Titbit acquires announced that it has done 100% acquisition of Foodkamood.comand the successful roll out of their Corporate Ordering Platform.

Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Mumbai, India, a Valuable Group company, enables its customers to easy ordering of food from over 400 restaurants in Mumbai and Pune serving over 40 different cuisines. is a part of a comprehensive hospitality platform that includes iPad based Digital Menu Ordering, Self-Service Kiosk solutions for Quick Service Restaurants ( QSR ) and the Titbit Mobile Ordering platform that enables consumers to order food from restaurants, save their favorites and do quick ordering while on the road. Titbit’s digital menu platform is the most advanced platform that is already serving numerous restaurants in the US, UK, Turkey, Singapore and India. Few restaurants where titbit digital menu’s are operational are Mainland China – Andheri west, Pebbles – Andheri, iBar – Bandra, Flavors – Delhi, Prego Westin – Pune, etc.

Unlike most others that operate in this area, offers a technical solution to restaurants that currently have to deal with chaos related to orders being received on the phone. installs a small terminal at the restaurant, provided free of cost to the restaurant, so every order placed by a customer directly appears. As the restaurant accepts the order, the customer receives an SMS and can track his order at each step in the process.

Since it’s inception in 2009 Food Ka Mood was offering a similar service covering specifically the South Mumbai area extending from Colaba to Mahim. With having addressed the challenge of telephone based food ordering for restaurants, the Food Ka Mood integration will provide consumers a larger choice of restaurants and an even more seamless ordering process. [source]



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