Welcome to the second edition of “Startup of the Week” and this week we feature 6 great and young startups which stole the show. This week in the list are:
Mohit Goel, the promoter of Realty firm Omaxe has started an e-commerce portal, Supplified.com and has also made investment in the startup in his personal capacity. Mohit has invested USD 1 million as seed funding to market construction materials. The startup was founded few months back by Goel and SPR Buildtech Director Nalin Saluja. The startup aims to tap huge opportunity in the unorganized construction materials market.
Supplified sells raw material as well as finished goods ranging from cement, steel, doors, paints, water purifiers, tiles, building cleaning and maintenance supplies, plants and home decor, among others.
Mygubbi.com, an online home interior decor and furnishing company, today announced that it has raised $2.5 million in seed funding from multiple angel investors led by Vipul Parekh, co-founder of Big Basket, Ananda Kallugadde, co-Founder of NeoBytes and Rajesh K Murthy, EVP of Infosys.
myGubbi started their services in September 2015 and has completed over 50 house projects. The startup has successfully blended strong service delivery with a marketplace model and utilizes a seamless blend of online and offline approaches.
Dunzo not just makes your multitasking easy, it also helps you track your tasks better, there by getting every job at hand done without much hassle. Bangalore-based daily tasks management app dunzo has raised $650,000 (around Rs 4.4 crore) in pre-Series A round of funding led by Aspada Investment Advisors and Blume Ventures.
Dunzo came into existence in 2015. This innovative startup was founded by Ankur Aggarwal, Dalvir Suri, Mukund Jha and Kabeer Biswas. The chat-based task management app allows users to create to-do lists through the app; collaborate on tasks; and have them get done by dunzo.
Mumbai-based self-drive car rental aggregator, JustRide has raised $400,000 in a pre-Series A round from a group of angel investors including Dheeraj Jain, partner at Redcliffe Capital.
Justride was founded in April 2015 by Ashwarya Pratap Singh, Hemant Kumar Sah, Vasant Verma, Abhishek Mahajan and Amit Sahu.
Reach was founded in 2015 by Akshay Pruthi, Abhay Pruthi, Ashish Kumar and Ayush Verma. The app lets users discover music, apps and free games from their friends’ network. Users can send friend a request and get permission to access their friends’ mobile collection to listen to their music for free, install the apps they use and play the free games.
StylFlip, a Mumbai-based pre-owned fashion portal that helps its users to de-clutter and sell fashion from their closet for cash so that the customers can fund their next purchase, has raised an undisclosed amount in seed round funding.
Founded in 2015 by Zarik Nabi, StylFlip, is a social platform (online marketplace) to sell, shop and flaunt their branded pre-owned fashion apparel, accessories, bags and shoes.