Delhi-Based Little Black Book Secures $150K From Google India’s Rajan Anandan & Others

The online platform for city and lifestyle guide, Little Black Book, has raised US $150K in seed funding from angel investors. the funding round was led by Niraj Singh of Outbox Venture through LetsVenture platform.

The investors include Rajan Anandan of Google India, Niraj Singh of Outbox Ventures, Sachin Bhatia of MakeMyTrip, Singapore Angel Network, Aseem Vadehra of Vadehra Art Gallery and Aashti Bhartia of OGAAN.

Little Black Book

The funds raised will be mainly utilized for expanding it’s technology wing. Apart from that, the funds will be used to hire quality talent and launch a mobile application that is personalized for users and enhances engagement with content.

The company also plans to focus on creating a scalable content platform that allows us to launch in other cities quickly and have revenue generating capabilities built in.

Little Black Book, provides the users a platform to discover food, lifestyle and events in the city as well as to find new restaurants and bars in town. The services also allows the users to make plans with friends using events checklist.

Currently, Little Black Book is operational in Delhi and Gurgaon.


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