Get Glamorous and Trendy in a Snap with Hoppingo! With a plethora of fashion services offered today both online and offline, staying in vogue is a duck soup. Clothing trends have always varied since time immemorial, ranging from peplos (ancient clothing) to palazzos, skater dresses, suspenders etc. Adding on to the charm of clothing are an assortment of fashion accessories such as jewelry, footwear, bags and so on.
Delhi-based Survar Media Pvt. Ltd, which runs online fashion discovery platform Hoppingo, has raised its second round of funding from one of the country's top affiliate marketing networks, a top company executive told VCCircle.
Delhi-based Survar Media Pvt. Ltd, which runs online fashion discovery platform Hoppingo, has raised $89K in its second round of funding from Gurgaon-based vCommission.
TinyOwl has reportedly shut down its operations in 17 cities except some areas of Mumbai; Hoppingo has raised Rs 60 lakh from Gurgaon based vCommission; Eatonomist secured seed round and Flipkart’s Sharat Singh has quit within six months.
Hoppingo, a Delhi-based fashion discovery platform, has received $89,000 from Gurgaon-based vCommission, a subsidiary of Adways VC India Pvt Ltd.
Online fashion discovery platform Hoppingo, which is operated by Delhi-based Survar Media Pvt. Ltd, has raised its second round of funding from one of the country’s top affiliate marketing networks, a top company executive told Techcircle.in.
Hoppingo is an online curator. This portal takes its pick from a whole lot of ecommerce stores and aggregates it for you. From women and men’s fashion to electronics, home furnishing, and baby products, Hoppingo covers the whole gamut. It also has blog posts on lifestyle-related topics – they call it “shopping wisdom.”
When Sonam Jain and husband Pranjal decided to give up their jobs in Mumbai and start their own big data intelligence product company Ideata Analytics in 2013, Indore seemed to be the best choice.For two pretty straightforward reasons: both had grown up in that city; and both graduated from engineering colleges there.
Shopping in India has changed. We used to run from shop to shop grabbing our purses. Now we click our way to buying stuff.Swati Gauba, a self confessed online shopping addict, was bothered by this too.Conventional online shopping was limiting in a way that finding the best was an irksome process as online searches.
Swati Gauba is an ardent online shopper and was in love with the fact that she could order anything and everything at a click of a button. While browsing through the same sites again and again, she felt the need to see more. She couldn’t find any way of discovering products and websites like the way she could discover restaurants on Zomato.