Commonfloor cofounder Sumit Jain launches voice-based social app
The founders have been working on the new startup for about a year and launched the app for the public in July last year.
#GaneshChaturthi: Audi, Merc spread love on Twitter; Mahindra has a tear-jerker ad
Brands have capitalised on the ten-day-long festival.
MyGate makes key leadership hires
These key hires come as the company embarks on an aggressive expansion drive to grow to 15 million homes ac...
Wedding bells! Unacademy founder Gaurav Munjal ties the knot with Reema Behl in Jaipur
The three-day affair saw top management from the Bengaluru-based start up drop in to wish the couple.
CommonFloor founders quit a year after Quikr acquisition
Founded by Sumit Jain, Vikas Malpani and Lalit Mangal in 2007, CommonFloor has over the past year seen a series of employee layoffs.
Post RERA, brokers may focus on rental market: Survey
According to the survey, nearly 84 per cent of the brokers opined that implementation of RERA will have increased benefits to the homebuyers.
Indian tech startups get a space in Google's Sand Hill
Google is deepening its engagements with startups here to find a potential high-growth winner.
Quikr is in talks to buy Babajob
Buy may open doors for Quikr to smaller cities that Babajob is popular in.
Quikr buys CommonFloor four months after launching QuikrHomes
The deal was structured as a majority stock swap and values CommonFloor at around $120 million. Quikr said it will continue to operate both brands.
Competition does not bother Commonfloor's CEO Sumit Jain
Not every boss believes that keeping an eye on the competition is a part of his job description. At least, Sumit Jain, co-founder & CEO, Commonfloor. com doesn’t.
CommonFloor acquires college gossip app Bakfy
CommonFloor chief executive Sumit Jain confirmed the deal, which is a mix of cash and equity, but declined to reveal the purchase price.
Zomato launches Foodie Index API, partners with CommonFloor
Zomato has introduced a quality index that will be open for developers to build into their software applications such as rental search and travel platforms.
Quikr merger: CommonFloor sees job cuts, over 150 asked to leave
CommonFloor had 1,000 employees around the time of the merger, while Quikr had 350 employees in its real estate division and its total employee count was 1,600.
Anyone in the organisaton can be an inspiration: Sumit Jain, Commonfloor.com
'I found some amazing solutions while playing billiards and made some great friends.'
Commonfloor.com plans to launch IPO in 3-5 years
The company also expects to turn profitable in two years. "The online real estate segment is growing rapidly.
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