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Clutter wants to store your stuff but help you not forget it exists

Image: jumble Clutter is interrupting its own name. SEE ALSO: This startup wants to be the QVC of your smartphone The two-year-old startup takes the stuff you don’t use out of your dwelling and does sure you don’t merely applied it in a disorganized storage group. Clutter, based in Los Angeles, employs movers and software engineers who work together to build a sophisticated plan of carrying and store, where all the items is photographed and catalogued on a platform. Clutter announced Tuesday a $64 million Series C round, led by…

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Uber for camping? This new app wants to help you get away

Image: Shutterstock/ Jacob Lund According to a report by the Outdoor Foundation, Americans log 598 million nights a yearunder the stars. At an average rate of $40 in overheads and costs per nighttime, thats $24 billion spent on campsites alone. Add inall the related costsgear, transportation, foodand the Outdoor Industry Association fleshes the industrygenerates closer to $167 billion annually. But former investment banker Michael DAgostino, who grew up camping on a farm in Litchfield, Conn ., still calls the industry a ruined business. The tipping degree rose a few summertimes…

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Paytm forays into the international market, launches app in Canada

Image: Getty Images India’s largest mobile purse, Paytm, has launched in Canada. Useds can now pay their cell phone, cable, internet, water and electricity invoices as well as their guarantee and property taxes via the Paytm Canada app. SEE ALSO: India’s Paytm affects 200 million mobile purse customers This is the Alibaba-backed company’s first foray into the international market. However, in 2014, it had set up Paytm Labs, its R& D department, in Toronto and continues to operate a squad of 55 data scientists and operators there. The app was…

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China’s latest startup battle isn’t about cars it’s about shared bicycles

Mobike bicycles lined up Image: Screenshot/ Bloomberg In Chinas internet warzone, theres a road map for success: find a rich ally, get lots of fund, burn it to buy market share. The latest assembly of that playbook is being written by two young entrepreneurs each offering an update on a former icon of Chinas communist party the bicycle. In one corner is Dai Wei, 25, whose Beijing Bikelock Technology Co. cycle-sharing startup, knows as Ofo, won about $100 million approval in September from investors includes the crusade money backed by…

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