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Verloop.io says that its AI-powered NLP super bots are capable of supporting 92% of all the customer queries without human intervention.
The development comes amid reports of Zomato being in talks to invest around US$100 million in Grofers.
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MSMEx aims to cater to 10 million micro, small and medium-sized enterprises in India in the next five years.
The company's founder, Vijay Shekhar Sharma, will also be declassified from his status as "promoter" of Paytm.
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There are over 43 tech startups across the region planning an IPO, and more than half of them could collectively raise over US$27 billion.
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Accelerating Asia said it has also seen 36 pre-series A startups in its network collectively raise US$27 million.
Tata Digital has already set up the neobank vertical and is reportedly roping in industry veterans to head it.
Nuevocor will use the fresh funds for the preclinical development of its gene therapy program for patients suffering from dilated cardiomyopathy.
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The company has also established a customer shareholder program called OwnWise, which is open for pre-applications for eligible customers in the UK today.
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