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Others startups that provide financial robo-advisory services include WealthApp Financial Advisors Pvt Ltd, which in December 2016 secured Rs 3 crore ($440,000) in angel funding from NuVentures' managing partner Venk Krishnan and Daksh Eservices co-founder MJ Aravind. Scripbox, Tauro Investment ...
He also was a key member of Daksh Eservices Private Limited in its growth story and headed the business for telecom, e-commerce and travel. In his last assignment as MD and CEO of Vertex India, where he served for seven year, he created one of the largest, profitable and successful domestic BPO ...

... using artificial intelligence and advanced algorithms to advise retail investors on investment options. WealthApp also raised about USD 440,000 in seed funding in December. The startup's investors include NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan and Daksh Eservices co-founder MJ Aravind.
About 11 years ago, when India's venture capital market was practically non-existent, Singh reckoned that it would be a good idea to blend his passion for non-technology consumer businesses with technology ones. He quit his job as a director with The Carlyle Group and teamed up with Daksh Eservices founder Sanjeev ...
He quit his job as a director with The Carlyle Group and teamed up with Daksh Eservices founder Sanjeev Aggarwal, silicon Valley-based serial entrepreneur and angel investor Ashish Gupta and, former Walden International executive Rahul Chandra to start Helion Venture Partners, one of India's oldest ...
Earlier in December, Bengaluru-based online investment advisory startup WealthApp Financial Advisors Pvt Ltd secured Rs 3 crore ($440,000) from angel investors including NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan, Daksh Eservices co-founder MJ Aravind and others. In November, payments firm ...

Bengaluru-based online investment advisory startup WealthApp Financial Advisors Pvt Ltd has secured Rs 3 crore ($440,000) in angel funding from investors including NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan and Daksh Eservices co-founder MJ Aravind. Vikram Kotak, managing partner at Crest ...
Bengaluru: Investment advisory platform WealthApp has raised Rs 3 crore in seed funding from a clutch of investors including Venk Krishnan, managing partner at NuVentures, and M J Aravind, co-founder of Daksh Eservices that was later acquired by IBM. Other investors include Vikram Kotak, managing ...
Singapore-headquartered Big Data and analytics firm Antuit Holdings Pte Ltd, set up by an Indian origin founder and with office in Bangalore, has raised $56 million (Rs 345 crore) led by Goldman Sachs with participation of existing seed investor Zodius capital. As per the deal, Goldman Sachs' managing ...
In turn due to the huge presence it got in the country with the acquisition of Daksh Eservices in 2004. "This (the selloff) is expected to affect employees partly in countries such as India, Philippines, China and Australia, and several countries in Latin America," sources said. "Among all these, India seems to ...
He also was a key member of Daksh Eservices Private Limited in its growth story and headed the business for telecom, e-commerce and travel.
... in seed funding in December. The startup's investors include NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan and Daksh Eservices co-founder ...
He quit his job as a director with The Carlyle Group and teamed up with Daksh Eservices founder Sanjeev Aggarwal, silicon Valley-based ...
... funding from some marquee investors including NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan and Daksh Eservices co-founder MJ Aravind.
... ($440,000) from angel investors including NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan, Daksh Eservices co-founder MJ Aravind and others ...
... secured Rs 3 crore ($440,000) in angel funding from investors including NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan and Daksh Eservices ...
... including Venk Krishnan, managing partner at NuVentures, and M J Aravind, co-founder of Daksh Eservices that was later acquired by IBM.

... a management graduate from IIM-Ahmedabad, who has previously worked at Accenture, Daksh Eservices, IBM and Wns Global Services.
... a management graduate from IIM-Ahmedabad, who has previously worked at Accenture, Daksh Eservices, IBM and Wns Global Services.
We had to develop enough relationships to be credible with promoters here before we we made our first two investments--Daksh Eservices ...
It plans to hire more employees for all of its businesses, including Daksh Eservices, an Indian call center company that employs more than ...
He also was a key member of Daksh Eservices Private Limited in its growth story and headed the business for telecom, e-commerce and travel.
... in seed funding in December. The startup's investors include NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan and Daksh Eservices co-founder ...
He quit his job as a director with The Carlyle Group and teamed up with Daksh Eservices founder Sanjeev Aggarwal, silicon Valley-based serial entrepreneur ...
He quit his job as a director with The Carlyle Group and teamed up with Daksh Eservices founder Sanjeev Aggarwal, silicon Valley-based ...
... funding from some marquee investors including NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan and Daksh Eservices co-founder MJ Aravind.
... funding from some marquee investors including NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan and Daksh Eservices co-founder MJ Aravind.
... ($440,000) from angel investors including NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan, Daksh Eservices co-founder MJ Aravind and others ...
... partner at NuVentures, and M J Aravind, co-founder of Daksh Eservices that was later acquired by IBM, said a Times of India report.
... secured Rs 3 crore ($440,000) in angel funding from investors including NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan and Daksh Eservices ...
... including Venk Krishnan, managing partner at NuVentures, and M J Aravind, co-founder of Daksh Eservices that was later acquired by IBM.
But the less than 10% that survived, among them Daksh Eservices (acquired by International Business Machines Corp.), Spectramind (bought ...
... a management graduate from IIM-Ahmedabad, who has previously worked at Accenture, Daksh Eservices, IBM and Wns Global Services.
... a management graduate from IIM-Ahmedabad, who has previously worked at Accenture, Daksh Eservices, IBM and Wns Global Services.
With global information technology major IBM deciding to sell its low-value customer care services business to Synnex Corp, a major chunk of ...
Sanjeev Agarwal, another early bird who had floated Daksh Eservices in 1999 and sold it to IBM in 2004, eventually quit IBM Daksh in 2006.
WealthApp remains comfortably placed having secured Rs. 3 crore in angel funding from some marquee investors including NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan and Daksh Eservices co-founder MJ Aravind. Vikram Kotak, managing partner at Crest ...
Earlier in December, Bengaluru-based online investment advisory startup WealthApp Financial Advisors Pvt Ltd secured Rs 3 crore ($440,000) from angel investors including NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan, Daksh Eservices co-founder MJ ...
Bengaluru-based online investment advisory startup WealthApp Financial Advisors Pvt Ltd has secured Rs 3 crore ($440,000) in angel funding from investors including NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan and Daksh Eservices co-founder MJ ...
Investment advisory platform WealthApp has raised Rs 3 crore ($445,000) from a clutch of investors including Venk Krishnan, managing partner at NuVentures, and M J Aravind, co-founder of Daksh Eservices that was later acquired by IBM, said a Times of ...
Bengaluru-based online investment advisory startup WealthApp Financial Advisors Pvt Ltd has secured Rs 3 crore ($440,000) in angel funding from investors including NuVentures managing partner Venk Krishnan and Daksh Eservices co-founder MJ ...
Bengaluru: Investment advisory platform WealthApp has raised Rs 3 crore in seed funding from a clutch of investors including Venk Krishnan, managing partner at NuVentures, and M J Aravind, co-founder of Daksh Eservices that was later acquired by IBM.
But the less than 10% that survived, among them Daksh Eservices (acquired by International Business Machines Corp.), Spectramind (bought by Wipro Ltd) and Customer Asset (acquired by Firstsource), became the foundation for a $25 billion industry, ...
Ashish Gupta was a serial technology entrepreneur, having founded and exited US-based firms Junglee and Tavant Technologies. His brother-in-law, Sanjeev Aggarwal, founded and sold Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) start-up Daksh Eservices to IBM.
Ashish Gupta was a serial technology entrepreneur, having founded and exited US-based firms Junglee and Tavant Technologies. His brother-in-law, Sanjeev Aggarwal, founded and sold business process outsourcing (BPO) start-up Daksh Eservices to IBM.


 

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