Kahaniya raises Rs 1.3 crore
Hyderabad: Kahaniya, a multi-lingual narrating stage, has raised $200,000 (Rs 1.3 crore) from a gathering of three NRI high-networth people (HNIs) to become further.
The stage permits makers (storytellers, artists and authors) to distribute their work in 10 unique dialects.
The monetisation motor furnishes makers with four distinctive evaluating models that they can utilize to produce income from buyers.
The stage has delivered 30,000 bits of substance and has worked with more than 1,200 makers. It has produced Rs 2 lakh income for around 70 makers qualified for monetisation.
"We intend to contribute the new money to seek after our more extensive aspiration of building a dialect economy. We will utilize the cash to get on board 6,000 makers in the following a half year and furthermore take a gander at the B2B space. We likewise plan to go worldwide in the following couple of year," said Pallav Bajjuri, organizer and CEO, Kahaniya.
The organization intends to get into south asian and center eastern nations. The organization has been in operations throughout the previous two years.
"The individual energy of each of our financial specialists in creating Indian dialects frames an extraordinary emotionally supportive network for us. Their impact among the NRI people group crosswise over North America and Europe will enable us to bring our dialects and our legacy nearer to the NRI people group," Bajjuri educated.