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Exclusive: Edu-tech startup ExtraaEdge raises seed funding

Wednesday, June 8, 2016 | More »

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ExtraaEdge Technology Solutions Pvt. Ltd, an edu-tech startup that helps educational institutions acquire students and increase admissions, has raised an undisclosed amount in angel funding from a group of investors including Ritesh Dwivedy, CEO of Petoo.in and Priti Padhy, global director of busine...


JustEat.in’s parent completes IPO in London, valued at $2.4B

UK-based JustEat Group, which provides online food ordering services in multiple geographies including in India, has floated its initial public offer (IPO) in London. The firm said it is eyeing a market cap of £1.47 billion ($2.44 billion) on listing. The group said it would receive £100 million o...

4 April, 2014 | More »


Online food ordering service JustEat.in looking to break even by 2016, to shift focus to mobile

Bangalore-based Achindra Online Marketing Pvt Ltd, the company behind the online food delivery site JustEat.in, is looking to shift its focus to mobile going forward, according to co-founder and CEO Ritesh Dwivedy. The company, which is backed by Axon Partners Group and private equity firm Forum Syn...

13 March, 2014 | More »

JustEat Signs Up 400 Restaurants In Delhi; Implements Connect Terminal

Bangalore-based Achindra Online Marketing Pvt Ltd, which runs the food ordering website JustEat.in, has signed up 400 restaurants in its latest market – New Delhi and NCR, where it launched in April. A quick comparison with Zomato.com, an online restaurant listings and menu-pages site, shows i...

28 June, 2011 | More »

Hungryzone.com Rebrands As JustEat.in, Launches Ops In Mumbai

Restaurants listing site Hungryzone.com has officially changed to Justeat.in, after the London based Just-Eat acquired 60% stake in Achindra Online Marketing Pvt Ltd last month. It now offers users in Mumbai online ordering and table booking. The logo has changed – gone is the chef’s hat...

1 March, 2011 | More »