Soon after getting funded by Flipkart, Tinystep has raised funding from Silicon valley entrepreneur and investor, Matt Glickman.

Matt is the founder of the biggest, most popular portal in the parenting domain, BabyCenter. BabyCenter reaches more than 45 million parents a month from every corner of the globe. In the United States, 8 in 10 new and expectant moms online use BabyCenter each month. Matt has invested an undisclosed amount in Tinystep and will also be stepping in as an advisory board member.

‘I obviously resonate with the domain and in a mobile first country where users love to chat, I think Tinystep is doing a great job. They are showing some great early traction, are getting great customer feedback and are moving in the right direction to solve a big problem.’ Matt Glickman

Tinystep is making a mobile first social network for moms and has shown accelerated growth since its launch in September 2015. Moms on the platform are spending hours connecting, bonding over everyday decisions and interests, sharing their precious moments and conclusively helping each other as a community.

On the funding Matt Glickman said, ‘I obviously resonate with the domain and in a mobile first country where users love to chat, I think Tinystep is doing a great job. They are showing some great early traction, are getting great customer feedback and are moving in the right direction to solve a big problem.’

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