Every parent on this planet hopes to provide his or her child with the best of things available, but often due to the fast-paced life nowadays, they’re not able to dedicate as much time to their loved ones as they want to.
Mumpa, a Gurgaon based startup, understands this problem of the 21st century parents and provides them a helping hand in transforming themselves from good parents to best parents in the whole wide world.
From finding products and services for their children based on recommendations and reviews from other parents to scouting for handpicked deals for the children in the kids essentials space, Mumpa is a platform that every modern day parent was looking for. Not only this, the platform also acts as a forum for parents to discuss different kids centric issues.
On the product/service provider side, Mumpa acts as a great communication platform for retailers to reach out to their target audience in a more engaging manner and help them with lower end of the funnel leads.
The bootstrapped startup prides itself on being the first ever parenting app which interacts with parents and service providers in parallel. It is also a first in the hyper local ecommerce platform for the kids products/services category.
Mumpa, a unique word made from the amalgamation of mum from Mummy and pa from papa, has been conceived by the brilliant mind of Sugandh Sinha. A tech enthusiast and a mother of two kids, Sinha has over 7 years of experience in managing high performing product and marketing teams.
Having had a Beta launch in Gurgaon on September 5th this year, the app has already crossed over 500 listings, 150 organic installs. 20+ daily interactions within such a short span.
The main aim of the app is to help the 21st century parents make informed decisions about different products and services for their kids based on recommendations, ratings and reviews form other parents on the platform.
With their product being highly useful to parents and retailers globally, Mumpa hopes to expand its presence all over the world, starting from India.