Logistics startup Delhivery has raised nearly $5 mn from Nexus Venture Partners in a series B funding round, according to a new report. The Times Group backed e-commerce logistics provider Delhivery had acquired parts of Sequoia backed payment network GharPay…
GharPay’s CEO Abhishek Nayak told Nextbigwhat that only the cash collection part of the company was acquired and the rest remains with the company.
Mobile point of sale solutions provider Ezetap has acquired Clinknow, a loyalty platform that lets merchants create and push real time mobile offers to their customers.
This week, we wrote quite a bit on the elections, startups, the new Moto E and a few things here and there. If you missed some of our posts, here’s a quick list.
This was the beginning of Delhivery, a last mile logistics company which now employs over 3,200 people and handles over a lakh packages a day.
When the gold rush happened, toolmakers made more money than the miners. India’s Ecommerce gold rush is no different.
The year witnessed some of the defining trends in the ecosystem. We at NextBigWhat certainly believe that these trends will help shape the future of technology startups in the next few years.
Here goes THE NEXTBIGWHAT list of NEXTBIGWHAT in Indian Startups space. You can’t ignore them.
Hope you don’t mind if we just cut to the chase and say: Read all the great stuff that happened in the world of Technology, Startups & Entrepreneurship last week below? Take a look! Oh and one more thing: we’ve…
The Indian postal department, is about to propose a protectionist amendment to the 100 year old Indian postal act, which threatens to snuff out the private courier industry overnight.