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Groffr.com launches ‘Rent a Flat’, a free flat rental service to cut out middlemen and build brand recall

Friday, May 11, 2012 | More »

Real estate group buying portal Groffr.com has launched a new service called Rent a Flat. The service is free of cost and with it users can look for flats/rooms on rent by posting their requirements on the site. Also, if someone has a room or a flat to rent out, they can also post what […]...

One-year-old India Ecommerce Corp Plans Group Buying Site For Hospitality, Penny Auction Sites

US-based start-up India Ecommerce Corporation (IEC), a development-stage company setting up a string of local e-commerce sites including a few group-buying portals, has initiated the process to allow some of its shareholders to sell around 25 per cent stake of the company. This comes as the firm pre...

24 February, 2012 | More »

GrOffr.com Raises $1 Million In Series A Funding From Indian Angel Network

Indian Angel Network, a community of early-stage seed investors, has invested $1 million in Mumbai-based real estate group buying company GrOffr.com in its series A funding for an undisclosed stake. IAN member Krishna Jha will be on the board of the company. Co-founded in 2010 by Sandeep Reddy and V...

12 July, 2011 | More »

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Real Estate Site Groffr To Raise Rs 2-3Cr From Angels

Mumbai-based RCSPL, which owns real estate group buying portal GrOffr.com, is set to raise Rs 2-3 crore from angel investors. This is the start-up’s series A round of funding and the first tranche is of Rs 2 crore, sources informed Techcircle.in. It is learnt that some members of the Indian Angel ...

15 April, 2011 | More »

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Group Buying Site Groffr Acquires Mobstreet.in

Mumbai-based RCSPL, which owns group buying portal for real estate GrOffr.com, has acquired Mobstreet.in, a company which was officially shut down in December 2010 due to lack of funds. The acquisition is a cash and equity transaction and the size of the deal has not been disclosed. Groffr.com (whic...

17 March, 2011 | More »