Delhi-based mobile and tablet repair service provider Gadgetwood has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from a group of individual investors from India Angel Network (IAN). The investors include Ajai Chowdhry of HCL, Ashvin Chadha of North India Sotheby’s International Realty (an associate of US-based property brokerage firm Sotheby’s International) and Yogesh Bansal of Apnacircle.com.
As per a VCCircle report, the new funds will go towards strengthening the core team, upgrading technology and expanding its services to other cities as well.
Founded in 2013, the startup is a venture of Jayant Jha, Ankit Saraf and Anmol Gupta, it started with an idea of offering technical support and quality repair services to users in India in consumer electronics i.e. mobile, tablets, smartphones, iPods, iPads etc.
It offers doorstep repair services to customers. One can book and request for a service on their website. The startup is also looking to raise $3-5 million in its Series A round of funding.Category Investments Mobile