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... algorithms to advise retail investors on investment options. WealthApp also raised about USD 440,000 in seed funding in December.
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 ...
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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