8 Indian Startups that DIED in 2017

Stayzilla

 

Launched in: 2005

Founders: Yogendra Vasupal (Yogi), Rupal Yogendra, Sachit Singhi

Segment: Hotel aggregator

HeadOffice: Bengaluru

Shutdown: February 23, 2017

 

Taskbob

 

Launched in: 2015

Founders: Aseem Khare, Abhiroop Medhekar, Ajay Bhatt, Amit Chahalia

HeadOffice: Mumbai

Segment: Hyperlocal, on-demand home Services

Shutdown: January 19, 2017

 

Prophesee

 

Launched in: 2014

Founders: Ishaan Sethi, Harshil Gurha, Jitesh Luthra

Headquarters: Delhi

Category: SaaS

Shutdown: January 31, 2017 (Last update on social media)

Turant Delivery

 

Launched In: 2015

Founders: Satish Gupta, Ankur Majumder, Siddharth Arora

Headquarters: Delhi

Category: B2B logistics

Shutdown: May 2017

 

Splitkart

 

Launched in: 2015

Founders: Sharique Khan, Monajeet Sinha

Headquarters: Gurugram

Category: Fintech

Shutdown: December 21, 2016 (Last update on social media)

 

Eatonomist

 

Launched in: November 2014

Founders: Anisha Dhar, Nupur Khanna

Headquarters: Gurugram

Category: Foodtech

Shutdown: September 9, 2016 (Last update on social media)

Roomstonite

 

Launched in: 2015

Founders: Suresh John

Headquarters: Bengaluru

Category: Online hotel booking

Shutdown: August 16, 2016 (Last update on social media)

Shopo

 

Launched In: Relaunched in 2015

Founders: Registered as a separate entity for Snapdeal, acquired in 2013

Headquarters: Chennai

Category: Affiliate marketplace

Shutdown: March 9, 2016 (Last update on social media)

 

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