You are here: HomeEducationIIM Udaipur Incubation Center funds Alumni’s D2C Startup- CURRYiT

IIM Udaipur Incubation Center funds Alumni’s D2C Startup- CURRYiT

Published in Education Tuesday, 22 February 2022 17:14



Startup founders are alumni from early batches of IIM Udaipur

 



 

    Indian Institute of Management Udaipur announced alumni-startup funding under IIM Udaipur Incubation Center (IIMUIC)
    CURRYiT is co-founded by 2 IIMU alumni (Richa Sharma (PGP12-14) and Nischal Kandula (PGP13-15)
    Leading D2C investor RPSG Capital Ventures and few other angel investors back CURRYiT

 

 

 Udaipur: Indian Institute of Management Udaipur announced a revolutionary alumni-startup funding under its Incubation Center. CURRYiT is the one of the start-ups to be backed by IIMUIC and also the one with both founders from IIMU (Richa Sharma (PGP12-14) and Nischal Kandula (PGP13-15). CURRYiT is India’s first fresh ready to cook curry pastes brand made with Ghee. Leading D2C investor RPSG Capital Ventures and few other angel investors have also invested in CURRYiT.

 

As a part of the funding initiative, the institute and its incubation center will extend its wide network (through alumni & industry relations) for business and continuous mentorship including from the esteemed professors, to the founding team. The company will be utilizing the funds towards expanding its product portfolio, enhancing operations and growing its presence across more cities in India.

 

India’s D2C space has been seeing significant traction and investor interest especially in the ready-to-cook segment. There is a growing demand for RTC where there’s no need to spend time chopping vegetables, especially in metro cities, where many working people don’t have time to cook the right food but would prefer a healthier home cooked meal to outside food.

 

Commenting on the announcement, Mr. Kannan Soundararajan, CEO, Incubation Centre, IIM Udaipur, said, "It is indeed a moment of celebration and welcoming move by IIM Udaipur’s Incubation Center of funding a startup whose foundation was laid in the very grounds of IIM Udaipur by the co-founders. I congratulate the entire team of CURRYiT and wish them a fulfilling entrepreneurial journey.”

 

Sharing his views Prof. Janat Shah, Director, IIM Udaipur, said, “Alumni are a crucial pillar, and their accomplishment is vital for the institute's journey. I want to express my heartiest congratulations to the entire team of CURRYiT and wish them all the very best in achieving new milestones in their entrepreneurial journey. I am also grateful to IIMU's Incubation Center for their financial support to make your dream a reality."

 

Explaining the startup, Ms. Richa Sharma and Mr. Nischal Kandula, Co-Founders, CURRYiT, said, “We believe that cooking is an emotion and something that is deeply rooted in our culture. But many times we don’t have the time, ingredients or knowledge to make that perfect dish at home. At CURRYiT, we are on a mission to make cooking delicious, quick, hassle free for everyone. We handcraft every paste using signature ingredients and traditional recipes, so that you can make delectable dishes in just 3 east steps without any stress. CURRYiT hai, Possible Hai. We are extremely humbled to have our alma-mater with us and look forward to leveraging its valuable network, as we build India’s next favorite food brand.”

 

Leave a comment

Market Data

Magazine

Business Digest Onam 2020

Current Issue

Previous Issues

Editors Pick

Thiagarajar Polytechnic College’s 62nd Graduation Day

Thiagarajar Pol...

    851 diploma graduates, medals for ...

 Kinetic Green launches Zing High-Speed,electric scooter

Kinetic Green ...

Plans to further expand its presence in ...

This Onam every home will be an HD home with DishTV’s exciting offers

This Onam every...

 Kochi : As Kerala sets celebraes its an...

Panasonic Life Solutions India introduces PM-Flat Switches

Panasonic Life ...

  - This range will offer affordable pr...