Posts Tagged ‘ Nuvo Logistics Pvt. Ltd. ’
Monday, April 25, 2016
Gurgaon-based PepperTap began its online grocery delivery business in late 2014 and quickly expanded to become the third most heavily funded player after BigBasket and Grofers. Its end was equally quick. The startup late last week decided to shut down its main business after months of rapid expansio...
On-demand grocery delivery startup PepperTap, run by Nuvo Logistics Pvt Ltd, is shutting down its operations in six cities — Mumbai, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Chennai. “Given the short to mid-term investment climate outlook, we have decided to focus on depth rather than brea...
9 February, 2016 |
PepperTap has launched a dedicated app for vendors that sell on its grocery delivery marketplace. The app, which is currently being piloted, enables vendors to analyse their performance on PepperTap’s platform, besides allowing them to efficiently manage inventory, the company said in a press ...
29 December, 2015 |
Hyperlocal grocery delivery startup PepperTap has closed its Series B funding round by raising $4 million from Innoven Capital, according to a statement. The startup had recently secured $36 million in this round from Snapdeal, Sequoia India, SAIF Partners, Ru-Net, Beenext and JAFCO Asia. Till dat...
21 December, 2015 |
PepperTap, a hyperlocal grocery delivery startup, has raised $36 million in Series B funding from online marketplace Snapdeal and other investors. Ru-net, JAFCO and BeeNext also put money in this around along with PepperTap’s existing investors Sequoia India and SAIF Partners, as per a press state...
29 September, 2015 |
Gurgaon-based Nuvo Logistics Private Ltd that runs on-demand food and grocery e-commerce startup PepperTap is in talks to raise what would be the biggest ever Series B round of funding in India, sources close to the development told Techcircle.in. (FOR FULL REPORT CLICK HERE)...
29 June, 2015 |
India’s online ventures have given the thumbs up to SEBI’s tweaked listing norms for startups. A cross-section of startups believe that SEBI’s decisions to cut down on the number of minimum investors while expanding the minimum gardening period before a firm listed on the special t...
24 June, 2015 |