The funding will be used for building games around Indian IPs and also user-acquisition focused campaigns for Star Chef.
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Deals in early stage companies in the country were worth US$2.1 billion in 2014, up almost 50 percent compared to the previous year.
Toost is the Dutch word for toast. But this new app wants to become the toast of India by solving the problem of local search.
Coming from AirAsia X, Azran Osman-Rani wants to shake up the internet TV space in Southeast Asia.
The acquisition of EasyPrep will add K-12 (kinder garden to 12th grade) exam preparation solution to its portfolio.
The services marketplace scene is heating up in India with most marquee early stage investors taking a bet on the space.
The company aims to expand its presence by 2X to reach 200 cities and localize experiences.
Every 4 minutes, a life is lost in an accident on India’s streets. This startup wants to change that
Bangalore-based Drivekool wants to ensure stringent driving practices, similar to US standards.
Since launching in 2008, 99designs has been on an upward trend. Right now, it has around 1 million registered designers, to which over US$110 million has been paid out.
The startup has introduced features unique to its platform that help companies find the right talent, and jobseekers, the best-fit jobs.
Trade Monkey does this by connecting customers to trendy, quality handmade products made by artisans in disadvantaged communities via its ecommerce platform.
Vanitee's Airbnb-like service in the beauty artist market is currently focusing on nails professionals.
Founded by husband-and-wife team Sean and Jesmine Tan, Applecrumby & Fish caters to parents who want only safe and natural products for their babies.
In Indonesia, Livaza wants to make it easy for customers to get their hands on high-end luxurious furniture products at affordable prices.
Both the hyperlocal grocery delivery services are in expansion mode, one from Gurgaon near Delhi in the north, and the other from Bangalore in the south.