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Leadburg is a startup in the Self Discovery, Leadership Development and Opportunity matching space, led and founded by LSE and Harvard alumnus SangeethVerghese. Co-founders include Sangeeth's fellow World Economic Forum Leader and UN Fellow Vidyadhar, and multiple patents holder in Cloud Computing Akshay Chandrasekhar.

Quote from Sangeeth Vargese, Founder Leadburg : "IvyCamp has been utmost supportive at every step. Never came across any investor who is so diligent and passionate about our work."




Tyre Express is an IoT solution for vehicle diagnostics. It has also developed a platform to track and monitor the performance of tyres in real-time for fleet operators.The platform enables a fleet operator to enhance tyre life, improve fuel efficiency, reduce chances of an accident, and improve the overall operational efficiency of the fleet. Tyre Express targets fleet operators who would like to actively leverage technology to better their operations.

Quote from Dinesh Wakale, Founder Tyre Express : "We thank IVY Camp team for their support and guidance. IVY Camp provides an easy access to experienced mentors and investors to help propel our venture to the next stage. We look forward to a continued association with IVY Camp as we grow", says Dinesh Wakale




Mr.Hot Foods was founded in 2014 by IIT Kharagpur alumnus. Mr.Hot Foods is empowering your favourite local bhojanalayas, Thali houses and tiffin centres and bringing their homely food to you in a restaurant style of ordering and standardized packaging.

Quote from Pankaj Sharma, Founder Mr. Hot Foods : "IvyCamp has helped us at a very crucial time of our startup journey by connecting us with Mr. Pawan Raj Kumar, alumni IITD, who is now our mentor cum investor. The amount of time and efforts their team puts in helping a startup is really appreciable."




Founded by IIT Delhi-IIM Calcutta alumnus and serial entrepreneur Gururaj Potnis, Idea Bubbles has developed aa proposition around the core theme of monetizing doctor's professional time in a smartphone-centric world.

Quote from Gururaj Potnis, Founder Idea Bubbles : "Idea Bubbles is making on-demand teleconsultation with expert doctors mainstream under the brand Eureka Forbes Good Health (EFGH). IvyCamp helped us bring in Eureka Forbes as a strategic investor who is helping us build a differentiated healthtech story by enabling us to leverage the brand and the wide distribution reach of Eureka Forbes field force. This collaboration facilitated by IvyCamp was atypical but will bring forth new business models for start-ups to explore."




FTCash is a fast growing financial technology company which aims to empower micro-merchants and entrepreneurs with the power of electronic payments and loans with zero upfront cost and no monthly rentals. Merchants are able to offer their customers multiple payment methods including credit cards, debit cards, net banking, mobile wallets, PayPal and more. ftcash helps businesses avail working capital loans through its proprietary credit and risk assessment tools.

Quote from Sanjeev Chandak, Founder FTCash : "The funding is primarily for aggressive customer and merchant acquisition along with product development. FTCash enables merchants to accept electronic payments without any additional hardware or POS device," said Sanjeev Chandak, chief executive of FTCash."




GrabOnRent is a platform to rent different products, be it furniture or party accessories or even camping gear.Grabonrent is a platform that lets you rent stuff you want and gets them delivered to your doorstep in a matter of few hours.

Quote from Founder GrabOnRent : "The major focus of the company is to generate awareness towards the viability of renting products. One doesn't need to scratch their heads in deciding in favour of renting against buying if the duration of usage is limited. Our suppliers are quick to adapt to our technologies and we foresee more suppliers joining the platform in the coming months", Manish S. Sugandhi, Chief Operating Officer of the start-up, said."