Posts Tagged ‘ Bite Club ’
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
MonkeyBox Food Tech Pvt. Ltd, which delivers healthy food for children, has raised an undisclosed amount in seed investment from early stage investor Blume Ventures and a clutch of high net-worth individuals (HNIs). “The fund was mainly used for setting up of our kitchen and we are doing extremely...
Food delivery platform Runnr has raised $7 million (Rs 47 crore) from existing investors Blume Ventures and Nexus Venture Partners, according to a report. Sequoia Capital, another existing investor in Runnr, didn’t take part in this round, The Times of India reported citing three people familiar w...
29 August, 2016 |
Powai Lake Ventures, a network of Mumbai-based angel investors who backed startups mostly in the city, has slowed dealmaking this year as some of its bets misfired and the overall funding environment turned cautious, two people aware of the development said. The angel network had ramped up the pace ...
8 August, 2016 |
Gurgaon-based startup Bite Club has stopped its food delivery operations, one of its co-founders said, joining a growing list of ventures failing to make money in a segment that was investors’ darling last year. “We are on a temporary halt right now. We are working on a different strategy,” Pr...
15 July, 2016 |
Bite Club, an online marketplace for chefs, has raised an undisclosed amount in pre-Series A funding from GrowX Venture Management to expand in the national capital region and introduce more product categories. The Phoenix Fund and existing investor Powai Lake Ventures also put money in this round, ...
1 December, 2015 |
Gurgaon-based Ecstasy E-Ordering Pvt Ltd, which owns and operates food ordering site Bite Club, has raised $500,000 (Rs 3.1 crore) in seed funding from Powai Lake Ventures and a few angels including Aneesh Reddy, co-founder & CEO at Capillary Technologies; Goibibo Group founder Ashish Kashyap; ...
11 March, 2015 |
Mumbai-based VC firm IndiaQuotient (IQ) has shortlisted 25 startups for funding as part of its #MobileIQ programme, which aims to provide initial funding to early-stage mobile ventures. The free-of-cost event is focused on identifying startups that build products for masses beyond barriers like inte...
14 January, 2015 |