Besides the dozens of startups we profiled in detail over the week, here is a quick roundup of interesting portals/startups we came across. If you are a startup who wants to get reviewed/get profiled on NextBigWhat, add details here.
Freshoaks is a Bangalore based online store for daily need household products such as groceries , fruits and vegetables , personal care and homecare . The idea behind the startup is to provide convenient and cost effective shopping experience for the customers , which includes competitive prices and free home delivery within 2-4 hours. Finally you can get rid of long queues and have a smooth shopping experience.
Sales push is an online sales generation agency . The Gurgaon based startup carry out extensive end to end sales generating activities on digital media , right from generating leads to converting them to successful sale , with the use of digital marketing software and tools . They are solving the biggest problem of many companies i.e. “Sales generation” , Besides this they provide detailed reporting of sales activities for the clients. The startup works on fixed cost cum revenue sharing model.
Wikalps is an online directory for the businesses , includes listing for online shopping , doctors , restaurants and schools . Presently the startup has covered 15 cities across India . Wikalps is working on the concept of zero spam and focusing on genuine listing and opinions. Apart from this , it is facilitating the businesses to reach their prospective customers and vice versa , the website allows users to post their reviews and experiences about the businesses which makes it more informative .
Barcode91 is an Mumbai based online store for designer ethnic wear and accessories . The online store has the collection of all the latest in India fashion in sarees , suits , lehengas and accessories . The startup serving the segment of market who wants to buy designer clothes online at reasonable price with all the luxuries of a designer store . The startup is facilitating the customers of tier 2 and 3 cities to access the latest trend of designer clothes.
We recently profiled a few startups like Timesaverz, the online marketplace where you can outsource your errands and Chachii, the virtual aunty who gets your chores done. These are variants of the popular US based sites like Taskrabbit and Amazon’s Mechanical Turk for virtual tasks. Meet Mumbai based Chotu, another one in the same genre.
The portal is more like a matchmaker where people who need to get things done and people who are willing to do things can sign up. “The portal is just a way to connect clients with the right contractors,” says Chotu’s founder Kirtan N Adiecha.
The site is in very early stage and has some ground to cover. Adiecha is looking for people to help him grow the business.