It’s not everyday that an Infosys employee quits his job to start a street food business. That’s precisely what Prashant Kulkarni, 26, and an ex-infosys employee did.
Langhar made its way among the top three winners in the nine chosen startups from 92 applications that were received. The company had raised $20,000 of seed money from TLabs as part of its third batch (February 2013).
The service is currently available on the web and phone and sadly not on Justdial’s mobile applications. This is probably because of the location specific nature of the business.
Justeat.in has updated its Android app to version 2.0 which brings a couple of new features including an online payment feature and discount coupons while ordering through the app. In addition to the cash on delivery option users of the app can now also pay only with a credit card while ordering from the app.
More than 4.4 lakh laptops bought with Rs 830 cr of the tax payers money to fulfill the government’s election promise of giving free laptops to students, is gathering dust in a godown “exposed to dirt and rain water.
The NextBigWhat team used atleast 9 startup services for UnPluggd.
The Mumbai based platform allows chefs and kitchens to create digital storefronts showcasing the delicacies they cook for foodies.
Pune based Gawbl – a mobile only platform has launched an Android application that helps users to quickly decide where to eat based on their mood at that moment.
At present, most of consumption of gourmet food happens through offline channel if you are looking to buy gourmet products, which are authentic and directly sourced from manufacturers or importers.
Besides the startups we profiled in detail last week, here are some that caught our attention.