Digital marketing, customer engagement startup Mobikon gets US$1.7M from Jungle Ventures and others
July 17, 2012 by Terence LEE
Mobikon, a Singapore and India-based startup that offers a suite of services for businesses to make customer feedback, engagement, and analysis more efficient, announced last week that it has closed US$1.7M in Series A investments led by Singapore-based Jungle Ventures.
The B2B startup was founded in 2009 by Samir Khadepaun (CEO) and Salil Khamkar (COO), and has since grown to a team of 30. Their flagship product is KONEKT – an integrated suite of digital marketing, analytics and customer engagement apps now used by over 100 customers in hospitality and retail sectors in India and Southeast Asia.
Mobikon’s cloud-based solutions hold the promise of delivering higher direct revenues and greater customer retention and satisfaction to businesses at lower cost and improved efficiency.
Jungle Ventures is a VC firm that invests in early-stage startups and business-building infrastructure in Singapore, India, Southeast Asia, and other regional hotbeds of innovation.
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