Besides the startups we profiled in detail this week, here are some that caught our attention. Try The Weight Monitor if you are on a health crusade. Deswe is an etailer. Why So Serious has some of the whackiest gifts online and Indian Thread sells T shirts.
If you are on a weight loss regime give this service a try. The portal provides dietary guidance, daily diet monitoring, and access to a nutritionist. The main focus of the service is on weight loss along with eating the right food. The face behind the service is co-founder Ishi Khosla, a practicing clinical nutritionist, consultant, writer, columnist, researcher, author based out of New Delhi.
The service aims to helps you to track exactly what you eat and drink by maintaining a food diary, as recording all this information can provide an insight into your eating patterns, which is crucial for proper weight loss.
Another new entrant into the already crowded e-retail space. Deswe retails in fashion, footwear and other accessories. With an in-house design team and manufacturing the company plans to sit on top of the latest fashion. The site design is similar to other generic e-commerce websites.
Why So Serious
Indian Thread is a new e-retail portal that sells custom t-shirts with an Indian theme. The portal provides users with the option to choose from a range of ‘Indian themed’ designs to customise their t-shirt. The company mainly target Indians who live in the USA. The service hopes to help them customise designs that reflect ideas, sights and thoughts they grew up with and build a t-shirt that reflects who they are. Currently the company ships only to USA and Canada. If you live in the USA and want to get an Indian themed t-shirt give this website a try.