There were a lot of excellent deals last week for me to choose my picks. After shortlisting 15 deals from Traxcn, Inc42, and YourStory, I sat with our funding team, and after a lot of enlighting discussions, I have shortlisted my picks to:
Name: Numocity Technologies
Amount Raised: undisclosed
Investors: Ideaspring Capital, Rebright Partners, and ABB Technology Ventures
What does Numocity do?
Edited from Traxcn: Numocity Technologies is an early-age tech enterprise focused on providing digital solutions for electric mobility infrastructure. The company offers products for EV fleets like fleet chargers, central management systems, and battery swap programs.
Why do I like Numocity?
EVs are the future. I have a sizeable exposure to mobility tech through Everest Fleet, Rapido, and Oneway Cabs. I want us to grow our portfolio in EV, especially in the charging infrastructure space, which should do exceptionally well in the times to come – especially for large EV fleets like the one Numocity is targeting.
Amount Raised: Undisclosed
What does Instoried do?
Edited from Traxcn: Instoried is an AI-based content optimization tool that evaluates writing standards. The platform analyses your written content provides a scorecard and feedback on how you can improve their written communication. The platform aims to monetize this through paid subscriptions.
Why do I like Instoried?
I am a Grammarly power-user, and I will refuse to write an email, blog post, or media article until Grammarly will approve it. Grammary offers a contextual scanner telling me whether my written post is information, official, negative, positive, or casual. What I like about Instoried (from its explainer video) is that it goes one step ahead and points out which words the scanner is getting its context from and how that can be improved. It is an intelligent tool but will have to see if it can be an intelligent company too!
Name: GoFloat Technologies
Amount Raised: 9 lakhs
Investors: Jito Angel Network
What does GoFloat do?
Edited from Traxcn: Manufactures and exports flotation and other water safety devices for emergency rescue situations. Their tools are compact, portable, and cost-efficient in comparison to life jackets.
Why do I like GoFloat?
Since there isn’t a demo product or video available on their website, the idea could be pre-product, and with the small funding round, I should have kept this deal out of this week’s list. But I can see a market for a GoFloat due to my love for water sports, liveaboards, and cruises as an avid scuba diver.