Hiring now! Check out these job openings at Indian startups during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Unicorns like Dream11 and Icertis are looking to bump up their team size
- Here’s a look at some of the startups that are scaling up operations and
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And they are not alone. Here’s a look at some of the startups that are scaling up operations and hiring currently.
Indian fintech startup Khatabook recently raised $60 million in a series B round of funding led by global equity firm B Capital Group. Khatabook, just like its literal meaning in Hindi, is an account book for small and medium businesses. The business app helps business owners keep a check on their accounts, digitally.
Soon after its fundraise, its founder announced that they are looking to hire. Ravish Naresh, co-founder at Khatabook, said that they are scaling up their tech team.
Its a privilege to be able to close our Series B in such challenging times. Now have more than adequate runway to b… https://t.co/h6OHAWpJaH— Ravish Naresh (Wear a mask) (@ravishnaresh) 1589937708000
Cashback and discount coupons site Cashkaro is hoping to ride on the e-commerce wave, as people stay home and order online. The startup is hiring for its Gurgaon and Chennai offices for roles ranging from marketing to DevOps. Its co-founder Swati Bhargava recently shared a video with the details of the hiring.
Another startup that seems to be banking on the heavy rush of e-commerce deliveries is the Softbank-backed logistics startup Delhivery. The unicorn startup’s co-founder Sahil Barua took to LinkedIn to announce the hiring.
The edtech startup which helps students bag admissions in universities abroad is also on a hiring spree. The startup is backed by DSG Consumer Partners, Blume Ventures among others. The three-year old startup’s founder Akshay Chaturvedi shared details of the vacancies.
Hi,@leverageedu is hiring:- Business Development Associates (0-2 yrs exp)- Content Writers (0-1 y)- Product Op… https://t.co/isnnxfGWZ0— Akshay Chaturvedi (@Akshay001) 1590314879000
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