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Excl: John Kuruvilla Moves On From Via; Founder Of Taggle Plans To Start New Venture After One Year

Wednesday, April 25, 2012 | More »

John Kuruvilla, who joined online travel and deals site Via (part of Bangalore-based Flightraja Travels Pvt Ltd) late last year, has moved on from the company after five months on the job. Kuruvilla is the founder of the now defunct e-commerce site Taggle.com, run by Bangalore-based Taggle Internet...


Exclusive: Another E-com Casualty – Travel Deals Site Vamoose.in Shuts Down

Vamoose Vacations Pvt Ltd (Vamoose.in), which was launched by TravelMart India Pvt Ltd, one of the early travel services providers in the country, has been shut down. The site Vamoose.in is currently offline. Earlier, e-com site Taggle, run by Bangalore-based Taggle Internet Ventures, closed due to...

14 December, 2011 | More »


Mahesh Murthy Vs John Kuruvilla On Why Taggle Shut Down

We present an open letter from Mahesh Murthy, the founding partner of Seedfund and founder of internet ad agency Pinstorm, to John Kuruvilla, the founder of Taggle, on why the company had to bite the dust. Kuruvilla responds to Murthy’s views as well. Plus other comments. It was with a sigh th...

7 December, 2011 | More »

First Casualty Of E-Com Hyper Competition In India: Taggle Is Dead

E-commerce site Taggle.com, run by Bangalore-based Taggle Internet Ventures, has been struggling to survive for some time and it is now officially dead. The company has notified its users that it is shutting shop and has chalked it down to unsustainable price wars. The story was first reported on M...

6 December, 2011 | More »


Makeover Time: Why Five Cos Re-invented Their E-com Biz

Pivoting is a buzzword in the entrepreneurial community, mainly because it represents core start-up ideologies such as risk and adaption. Some tweaks are done in order to push a business to the next level, others to escape falling into a dangerous situation or to keep up with the latest trends and n...

16 November, 2011 | More »