Social Community Platform ‘Kutumb’ Raises Rs 15 Crore In Seed Funding Led by Sequoia’s Surge
Kutumb, a social community platform, has raised Rs 15 crore in a seed funding round led by Sequoia’s Surge.
The funding round also saw participation from angel investors like Kunal Bahl, Rohit Bansal along with Whiteboard Capital, AngelList and Udaan’s co-founder Sujeet Kumar.
Founded by Mohit Sharma, Naveen Dewangan and Vipul Allawadhi, Kutumb is a six-month-old platform and has been positioning itself as a Reddit for the non-English speaking population (aka Bharat).
Presently, the app’s target audience is the tier II and III cities for Northern India. The app is just six months old but claims to handle communities of 100 users to 10 million users with much better experience than Facebook or WhatsApp groups.
Some of the notable groups on Kutumb include Shikshakgan, Khatu Shyam, Sarkari Exam, Railway Karmchari, and Bank Karmchar.
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