Startups set to hire 200 CXOs in 12 months
Startups are looking for senior executives to help them scale and expand, having attracted a rush of investors as they remain unscathed by the macroeconomic headwinds.
CureFit hires senior executives from Flipkart, Walmart, InMobi
The startup, backed by Ratan Tata's investment platform RNT Capital, confirmed...
CureFit acquires majority stake in Tribe Fitness
Like Cult, the Bengaluru-based company's first acquisition, Tribe Fitness is a chain of fitn...
Opinio to develop product for backend logistics for CureFit
Last year, CureFit also invested $3 million for a controlling stake in Cult that provides training without using machines. The startup recently scaled up its operations in Bangalore to six centres.
Tiger Global-backed UrbanClap to enter Australia
Price points in Australia are 4-5 times of India, said co-founder Abhiraj Bhal, making it a very lucrative country to do business in while keeping technology costs under control.
Ratan Tata, Hrithik Roshan in talks to fund health startup, CureFit
Tata’s new venture fund with University of California Investments is also in talks to invest in CureFit. Tata is already an angel investor in CureFit.
Kalyan Krishnamurthy, Binny Bansal and others put in $815k into image processing startup Terraview
Terraview claims to be the world’s first image processing startup focused on vineyards
Ratan Tata fund, Silicon Valley angels back CureFit as soon as it goes live
The fresh investment comes at a time when the company, which is using a mix of offline and online channels, has just rolled out its services.
Fitness startup CureFit buys controlling stake in Cult
Cult will continue to run as an independent company, officials said. Bansal had invested an undisclosed amount in Bengaluru-based Cult in a personal capacity five months ago.
Mukesh Bansal's new startup 'CureFit' bags $15 million funding
Accel Partners, IDG Ventures India and Kalaari Capital have participated in the $15-million round, which includes an investment of $3 million by Bansal himself.
Mukesh Bansal's fitness startup CureFit raises 15 million
CureFit will be a platform which will enable the users to manage their health proactively, Mukesh Bansal said. The product will be launched in 2017.
$100 million Delhivery from Carlyle as e-commerce logistics hots up
Carlyle's investment in Delhivery will be among the largest PE investment in the space. In July 2015, Warburg Pincus had agreed to invest $133 million in Ecom Express.
Entrepreneurs need to have patience, perspective to build a strong foundation: Mukesh Bansal, co-founder CureFit
Mukesh Bansal gives some nuggets of wisdom to startup founders and talks about the biggest challenges early-stage startups are facing.
Swiggy & Rivigo look for a winning Myntra with Mukesh
Myntra founder has agreed to spend half-a-day on average every month with these startups
Amazon to use Prime Now for food delivery launch
Prime Now will serve as a platform focusing on high-frequency use cases of both food and grocery delivery, as Amazon looks to capture a bigger share of urban consumers.
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