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Startup NameAkosha
What problem are you solving?It simplifies the way consumers reach out to the brands and helps them get things done in an asynchronous way.
What is your solution?Akosha app is the horizontal platform for all consumer to business interactions. It allows today’s hyper-connected consumers to get help over chat, avoid hold times and multitask. Consumers use the Akosha app for product discovery, pricing information, discounts, customer service, booking appointments, travel research and so on.While consumers gain access to a platform that allows them to get instant help from businesses over chat, resulting in quick resolution of their queries, brands are able to leverage Akosha chat backend to have a fast and personalized interaction with their customers.
Target MarketPeople with Smartphone, 20 – 35 years, Early adopters of new technology or service
How will you make money?Subscriptions/Advertisement
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity?Ankur is the founder and CEO of Akosha. He left his cushy job as a corporate legal advisor at Linklaters LLP, London to start Akosha. He has built Akosha from scratch to a 300+ organization. He is a graduate from National Law School of India, Bangalore. He is a classic film buff, and loves reading biographies.
Founders NamesAnkur Singla
Founders EmailNA
What type of funding has the company received?Bootstrap
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Websitewww.akosha.com
Twitter Handle@myakosha

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