It’s a warm, sunny and pleasant late-September afternoon as I walk to the “3M” office of on-demand delivery service Dunzo, arguably one of Bengaluru’s most loved startups. In the last two years, it spread like wildfire through the city’s close-knit and well-connected community. Literally, every user older than 60 days came to know of it from a friend, family member or colleague, incredulously asking them why they didn’t “just Dunzo” something.
Just Dunzo it
A Dunzo Button for Mr Biswas
The founder of runaway sleeper hit app, Dunzo, on surviving, raising, iterating, growing, raising, taxing, and then raising some more
Anything, anywhere app Dunzo is the dark horse in India's logistics sweepstakes
It wants to be a logistics layer on top of all local commerce, accessible with just a click
It wants to be the Go-Jek of India and the Amazon Dash of the physical world
But to play in the big leagues, it will need to raise at least $50-100 million