Delhi-Based Q&A Platform Frankly Closes USD 600K From Matrix Partners


Delhi-based Frankly, a video Q&A platform has secured seed funding of USD 600,000 from Matrix Partners. The company is as of now in Beta mode for it’s website, Android and iOS apps.

Regarding deployment of funds, Frankly Co-founder, Nikunj Jain told iamWire “We are just focused on building a beautiful platform for interesting conversations to take place. So primarily on product development and ensuring that both the public figures and the users realize the value and power of what we are trying to by democratizing the access to public figures and thus enabling conversations that really matter but have never taken place,”. is a platform which works on Q&A and allows users to communicate with politicians, actors, singers, business leaders and so on.

Jain also said to iamWire that, “We already have Kunal Bahl founder of Snapdeal and Naveen Tiwari of Inmobi on the platform. We have music artists like Meet Brothers to celebrity chefs like Vikas Khanna to Radio Jockeys among others on the platform.”

In Delhi’s Assembly elections that will begin from February, Frankly hopes to take better advantage of this event. As per a TechCrunch report, Representatives from all major parties have already signed up to take questions on Frankly. They are focused on how they can impact the elections in Delhi this year and have the idea to launch the product as well as they can in the next few weeks and get it out of beta.

Its platform is open to all users around the world and it plans to focus on the India for the next 15 to 18 months.

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