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Deals & More: Storenvy snags $1.5M for indie e-commerce marketplace, Cohuman raises $600K to organize your to-do list

Today’s funding announcements include online networks for shopping and task management:

Storenvy brings in $1.5M for online shopping community: The creator of a social shopping network has raised a seed funding round led by Spark Capital and First Round Capital with participation from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Charles River Ventures and a group of angels. The San Francisco-based company, whose best-selling products include t-shirts and sunglasses, lets users create an online store for free, with no programming skills necessary.

Cohuman grabs $600K to help teams work better together: The San Francisco-based startup has raised a second round of angel funding for its project management software, TechCrunch reports. The web-based software company, which generates revenue through a freemium model, prioritizes tasks for users based on factors like due dates and involved coworkers.

On Deck gets $15M to help small business owners get loans: The provider of small business loan financing has raised a third round of funding led by SAP Ventures. The alternative lending company has developed a tech platform to assess small businesses and has delivered more than $100M in loans to thousands of businesses to date.

Snapdeal scores $12M to deliver daily deals in India: The company has raised a funding round led by Nexus Venture Partners to offer discounts from local merchants online, peHUB reports. The Groupon competitor is based in India and claims to be the largest daily deals site in the country.

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