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Sujata Sangwan

Sujata is an engineering graduate and has done her Post Graduation in Human Resource Management. She has a deep interest in startups & technology.

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With 300% Revenue Growth, Team Training Platform QuoDeck Plans to Reach Out to 5M Users Globally

Last year QuoDeck clocked a 300% revenue growth and it is aiming to repeat the same this year.

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With Presence in 35+ Countries, Marketing Automation Platform WebEngage Serves Over 40K Businesses Across the Globe

Esteemed brands such as Flipkart, Ebay, Avaya, Sendgrid, Pluralsight, Souq trust WebEngage with their user engagement.

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Mumbai-based Bootstrapped Paper Cup Advertising Startup CupShup Sets Rs 5 Cr Revenue Target for FY19

“We aim to drive Gupshup around brands over a cup of tea. Hence the name CupShup.” says Sanil Jain, co-founder, CupShup.

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Clove Dental to Invest $25M to Open 600 Clinics Pan-India as It Aims to Become a $100M Brand

The Indian dental industry is a $1.36 billion industry and keeps on growing at about 6% per annum

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Hunch Ventures Launches India’s Largest Business Ecosystem ‘The Circle’ at Millennium City, Invests $10M

The Circle offers its members a new way of working enabling teams to collaborate seamlessly in enhancing and scaling their businesses.

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Southeast Asian Ride-hailing Company Grab Raises $1B at Over $10B Valuation

Grab will use a significant portion of the proceeds from the current fundraise to continue investing in Indonesia

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Freshworks Enters into Unicorn Club at $1.5B Valuation, Raises $100M Led by Sequoia & Accel

Freshworks becomes the fifth company to join the unicorn club this year after Paytm Mall ($1.9B), Byju’s ($1B), Swiggy ($1.3B) and PolicyBazaar ($1 billion)

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#DealsRoundUp: Byju’s in Talks with SoftBank, Others to Raise up to $250M, India Post Payments Bank to Start Operations Soon & More

India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) is expected to go live with 650 branches and around 17 crore accounts next month after receiving an approval from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for operations.

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Handicraft-focused Global Marketplace Etsy Enters India

Currently, the company claims to have more than 650,000 items available on Etsy from Indian sellers.

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