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Facebook removes Houzify’s page over legal dispute with US firm

Wednesday, March 9, 2016 | More »

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Social networking site Facebook has removed the page of Houzify, a mobile marketplace for home décor and interiors, after a complaint from US firm Houzz Inc alleging trademark infringement. The dispute is over the use of Houzify and Housify by Metamarket Ventures Pvt Ltd, the Bangalore-based compan...

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Fashion app Wooplr gets funding from InMobi, TaxiForSure founders

Wooplr Technologies Pvt Ltd, which runs a platform enabling hyperlocal discovery of products and commerce called Wooplr, has received an undisclosed amount of funding from InMobi and TaxiForSure founders. All InMobi co-founders – Naveen Tewari, Abhay Singhal, and Amit Gupta and chief product offic...

7 March, 2016 | More »

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Exclusive: Mohandas Pai, InMobi’s Tewari to invest in Houzify

Houzify, a mobile marketplace for home décor and interior designs, is set to raise seed capital from former Infosys CFO TV Mohandas Pai and InMobi co-founder Naveen Tewari, sources said. Gunaseelan R, co-founder of Houzify (run by Metamarket Pvt Ltd), declined to comment on the development. “Our ...

10 September, 2015 | More »

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Paytm parent One97 adds top WhatsApp and Inmobi executives to its board

Mobile commerce and virtual wallet property Paytm has appointed WhatsApp’s global business head Neeraj Arora, InMobi founder Naveen Tewari and Facebook’s first woman engineer Ruchi  Sanghvi  to its board of directors. “Ruchi, Neeraj and Naveen all come with tremendous internet commer...

24 June, 2015 | More »

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No plans to sell out to Google; IPO is what we look at, says InMobi’s Naveen Tewari

Rubbishing rumors of a possible acquisition by internet giant Google, Bangalore and San-Francisco-based InMobi has said that it would rather plan an initial public offering (IPO), according to a report published by The New York Times. “InMobi was always talking to other companies about partnership...

12 March, 2015 | More »

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InMobi claims to have reached over 1B mobile devices in Q4, 2014

Bangalore- and San Francisco-based InMobi claims that its mobile ad network reached over a billion unique mobile devices across 200 countries in Q4, 2014, adding that it is the only mobile-first advertising platform to reach this milestone. This is an increase of close to 15 per cent from 872 millio...

12 February, 2015 | More »

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Angels 15: Techcircle profiles top angel investors of 2013

Angel investors are those who invest high-risk capital in the early part of a startup’s life. They put in a few lakhs to a couple of crores of rupees, provide guidance and advice, and help the entrepreneur reach a stage where he/she can raise a larger amount of funding or attain profitability....

30 July, 2013 | More »

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Angels 15 – Naveen Tewari

Founder of the world’s largest independent mobile advertising network InMobi, Tewari is often listed among the most successful tech entrepreneurs from India. His venture started as mKhoj, a local mobile search firm, but later pivoted to a mobile advertising network with a global model, which helpe...

26 July, 2013 | More »

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Medical devices startup Biosense secures $500K from GSF India & Insitor Fund

Mumbai-based medical devices startup Biosense Technologies Pvt Ltd has secured $500,000 in funding from GSF India, a startup accelerator programme launched by former Reliance Entertainment president and GSF Superangels founder Rajesh Sawhney, and Insitor Fund, a social venture capital fund focused o...

21 March, 2013 | More »

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iSpirt is a think tank for software product firms, not a Nasscom 2.0 wannabe

A group of 30 software product companies including some led by top new age tech entrepreneurs like InMobi’s Naveen Tewari and PubMatic’s Amar Goel besides key venture capital investors and software product firms like Tally, have come together to form Indian Software Product Industry Round Table ...

5 February, 2013 | More »

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