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Super aggregator app Bucker gets funds from 50K Ventures, others

13 January, 2016

Bucker, a startup that users to access various cab-booking, food ordering and recharge services on a single app, has raised an undisclosed amount in seed funding led by angel investors from Hyderabad-based 50k Ventures.

Munish Jauhar (member, Indian Angel Network), Pulkit Jain (co-founder, Vedantu) and Rohit Narang (founder, 314 Capital) also put money in this round, besides a bunch of unnamed Silicon Valley-based investors.

Hyderabad-based Creuxio Labs Pvt Ltd, which owns Bucker, will use the money raised to expand headcount and grow its users, it said in a press statement.

Bucker currently curates about 15 apps on a single interface.


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Super aggregator app Bucker gets funds from 50K Ventures, others

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