squadrun funding

Noida-based mobile marketplace startup Squadrun has raised an undisclosed amount in seed funding from a group of angel investors which includes top technology entrepreneurs - Amit Ranjan who sold his startup SlideShare to LinkedIn, Deepinder Goyal, founder of Zomato, Girish Khera, co-founder of medical animation studio Scientific Animations and Zishaan Hayath, founder of online test preparation startup Toppr.

Angel investors from Powai Lake Ventures also participated in the round. Previously, Squadrun has received funding from Kae Capital.

SquadRun is a mobile marketplace. It helps businesses crowdsource micro-tasks that require human intelligence. From the user side, SquadRun is a gamified app that allows anybody with a smartphone to make money on a per task basis. A few use cases that SquadRun's mobile army is currently being used for - Content moderation, Data tagging, Categorization, Comparison, etc.

Founded in 2014 by Apurv Agrawal, Kanika Jain and Vikas Gulati, Squadrun claims to be India's first mobile workforce which acts as a platform for businesses to outsource small tasks/data jobs ('gigs') to a mobile workforce ('players') to collect useful information and opinions for their brands.

Squadrun was accelerated by 91Springboards and notably two of Squadrun co-founders - Apurv and Kanika are 91Springboard members and Apurv is founding member.

SquadRun has already worked with over 7000 users and 35+ diverse businesses. The raised funds will go in product development and expanding team.

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