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No room for new content curation startups to emerge, says Inshorts’ Purkayastha

Flush with over $24 million in funding from Tiger Global and other investors, Inshorts has been consistently ranked among the highest-rated news aggregator apps in the country. The company, which was a part of TLabs accelerator, also counts Times Internet, Flipkart founders and Rebright Partners among its investors.

Times Internet, however, has exited Inshorts, co-founder Deepit Purkayastha said. In an interview with TechCircle, Purkayastha talks about the company’s monetisation plans, competition with Twitter and other digital media startups, and why he thinks there is little room for new content curation startups to emerge.

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