NextBigWhat is happy to announce that we have teamed up with HackerRank to offer HackerRank’s hiring platform to startups who have received under USD 3 million in funding or are earning under USD 1 million in revenue.
Bangalore based startup, Tutorreels, teaches offbeat courses that range from demystifying wines, to learning pottery and even how to start a restaurant.
The product is primarily targeted towards VC industry (especially Silicon Valley, where the competition is extremely high), PE funds and Corp developments (for M&A discovery) and is being monetisation via subscription fee.
Time For Pet is a startup that lets you find and buy or adopt pets online.
PowerStores is a DIY platform that recently caught our attention. The 2.5 year old company based in Goa competes with Buildabazaar, Shopify, Zepo and others.
Delhi based Cookfresh, will help make gourmet dishes at home without the hassle of choosing and cutting ingredients. All you have to do is pick a recipe.
Delhi based Nikhil Khurana and his Folks Motor Company are attempting to do what auto giants have been trying very hard– save fuel for the automobile owner by going hybrid.
And Indians (VCs/startup babas) are still wondering where are the global Indian startups? Zendesk has acknowledged, but not the local ecosystem.
That is, the new design is a prelude to next set of actions, which surely involves a possible acquisition deal (isn’t Yelp already in touch with Zomato?). And Zomato needs to start preparing for the A-day (A = acquisition) today!
In conversation with a group of app developers/entrepreneurs at NextBigWhat HQ, Little Eye Labs trace their steps from starting up to getting acquired.