Relevant e-solutions, which owns the recommendation platform Roposo & Giveter has raised funding from India Quotient, Startup Superfuel, and Flipkart Co-Founder Binny Bansal.
Gift recommendation engine Giveter has launched Roposo.com, a fashion website based on Giveter’s recommendation algorithm.
When we profiled Giveter, we wondered whether a plain vanilla standard step-by-step questions is the best experience or whether understanding a user from their Facebook activity and recommending gifts is the wow experience.
The company has an in-house gifting aggregation team which cherry picks unique giftable products (has a total of 2500 gifting option in different categories). Once user finalizes a gift, he/she will be redirected to partner site, for payments.
With more than 1 million active users, Roposo has more than 200 web stores and 4,000 brands on its platform. The company raised $5mn in Series A from Tiger Global in the month of March.
Roposo had raised their angel round from India Quotient, 5 ideas Start up SuperFuel and Binny Bansal
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The personalised shopping and discovery service curates from millions of products present online across thousands of sites and displays them to you through their portal.
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Social gifting service Giftology seems to have shut shop. The website has been down for at least a week and the founders weren’t reachable. The Delhi based company, which raised…
Cofounded by Aurality cofounders (and others), Giftery enables visitors to select gifts from 70+ merchants and send the gifts to recipients. The Mumbai based startup has raised funding from Rajan Anandan and Blume Ventures.
Gifting platform Giftxoxo has raised angel funding from Kshatriya ventures and has plans to launch its services in other cities.
Gifting websites are awesome. Only if you know what gift to pick. If you really don’t have a clue, try Wishpicker.
So your friends birthday is up and its time to get him a gift: try BuddyGifting.com, a social gifting service from an Ahmedabad based startup. The service comes handy whether you are getting your friend a gift or pooling in with your other
Facebook Gifts can now be sent from users in India to their loved ones in the US. There are digital cards from various companies like Starbucks and Apple’s iTunes. There are also physical gifts ranging from soft toys to chocolates.