The startup is getting new funds and a new CEO as co-founder Matthew Romaine takes center stage.
Girish Mathrubootham, founder and CEO of Freshdesk, shares with Tech in Asia just what it took to succeed globally, in the course of a chat about its latest US$50 million series E round of funding.
Tiger Global, Accel Partners, and Google Capital have just pumped $50 million in a fresh round of capital into customer support software-maker Freshdesk from India.
The two-year-old e-store has a database of over 100,000 medicines. It is currently operational in Delhi NCR, Bangalore, and Bhubaneswar and is looking to rapidly expand across cities.
Japanese ecommerce titan Rakuten this morning announced that it’s taken a less than 10 percent stake in Chinese online shopping discounts site Fanli.
The funding will be used for building games around Indian IPs and also user-acquisition focused campaigns for Star Chef.
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.
Jakarta-based Jualo is going up against OLX Indonesia. It just pulled in funds from Mountain Kejora and Indonesia's new investment firm Alpha JWC Ventures.
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.
The company aims to expand its presence by 2X to reach 200 cities and localize experiences.
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.
The two-year-old startup has onboarded about 10,000 vendors and serviced over 100,000 customers in Mumbai.
Just a few years back, you couldn’t think of buying furniture online in India. But now CapriCoast has raised $1.25 million seed capital to sell modular kitchens online.
Tiantian Yongche, a carpool and ridesharing app, announced it has received an undisclosed series C round of funding led by Baidu, followed by Sequoia Capital.
India’s online grocery sector is hotting up after Amazon recently entered the scene. Now startup service Grofers is expanding.
An old adage of teaching is not to tell someone how to do something, but to show them. Whatfix is a cloud-based tool that makes it easy for anyone to do that.
Cogito plans to use the fresh funds for business and product development, marketing, and growing its client base.