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Infosys announces winners of 'Infy Maker Awards'

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

IT major Infosys today announced 20 winners of its first 'Infy Maker Awards' India, which saw participants from sectors like education and health.

The awards are testimony to Infosys'commitment to encourage the concept of 'Making' in India, acknowledging those individuals who have an interesting orinnovative solution for real-world issues, a company statement said.

The winnerswere selected from more than 280 entries from across different categories like health, energy, education, sound and music,social change solutions, robotics, art & design, artificialintelligence, and electronics. It added.

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RenewBuy,HDFC ERGO launch multi-year 2-wheeeler insurance plan * RenewBuy, a web-based motor insurance platform, in partnership with a private sector non-life insurer HDFC ERGO today launched a two-wheeler insurance plan.

This specially designed, unique insurance policy covers the two-wheeler owners against potential risks of theft, accidental damage, third party liability and others from one to three years' period through a single policy document, RenewBuy said in a statement.

RenewBuy has partnered with HDFC ERGO to provide consumers with a simple, easy to buy long-term policy which saves the consumers the hassle of annual renewal and also lowers their premium as compared to annual renewal, it said.

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Let's Barter India raises angel funding * Let's Barter India, a community for barter on Facebook, has raised an undisclosed amount in angel funding led by Scale Ventures.

"The funds shall be utilised for scaling up across different cities of India, educating the market about tech enabled bartering and building a strong backbone team to fuel growth," Let's Barter India co-founder Pooja Bhayana said.

Formed in September 2015 as a Facebook group, Let's Barter India launched its app in August this year. The platform promotes barter of goods and services.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Mon, September 26 2016. 19:42 IST