Case Study Of Tiny Owl

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About the Company: Tiny Owl is the fastest food ordering Mobile app which was cofounded by Mr. Harshvardhan Mandad in Mumbai. The company envisions merging food and technology to give its users a convenient and seamless experience. Tiny Owl has tie ups with thousands of restaurants in Mumbai. It aims to give the customers the best experience with food discovery and ordering. Tiny Owl was established in 2014 by 5 IITians. It has successfully made its presence felt in the online ordering segment. It is considered to be the strongest player after funding from various sources like Sequoia, Matrix capital & Nexus Venture partners. History: The story may not be very long but it has had a lot of twists. After graduating in 2012, Harsh worked with FutureBazaar for a few…show more content…
Zomato was surprisingly late and there are many others now but the best product will win eventually. Zomato is not direct competition but of course there is a huge overlap. And both the companies have Sequoia as a key investor. The lead investor in housing.com is Nexus and TinyOwl has a founder which originally was with housing. TinyOwl is off to a very impressive start in terms of numbers and has placed itself at the intersection of many trends. Technology Used: Their app was downloaded by more than 100k in Mumbai and they have more than 100 delivery boys scooting around Mumbai. Their technology team has 40 engineers and design team has 15 people who are working in improving the app. And there is a senior management team which ensures smooth functioning of team which has grown to 400 in a year. Funding: TinyOwl has raised a series A of $3 million from Nexus Venture partners and Sequoia Capital post the angel round. We can say that, a series B round of triple the amount cannot be ruled out after looking at the momentum right

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