“Dunzo is “Genie in the lamp”, ahead of your call to pick up and deliver it wherever you are.”
It’s 12 in the midnight and all of a sudden your belly screams for food and got nothing in your fridge, who do you wake up and if so you did wake them then imagine you are damned. Or take another scenario, suppose a pack of visitors coming to your place and no time to do grocery. This is a perfect nightmare.
You can take a break for all your worrying imaginations because it’s the 21st century and is possible with one touch on your screens. Dunzo is an app where it is at your service round the clock to pick your food from the restaurant and do groceries to medicines.
Dunzo is an Indian based application that operates daily tasks management. It is a 24X7, on-demand delivery service that helps in saving customers time and money.
The startup can get anything delivered at your doorstep in no more than 60 minutes. The app helps you feed your cravings by picking up the delicious food from nearby restaurants, helps you with the grocery, packages, medicines, and pet supplies to get delivered to you at any time. Not only this, but Dunzo also operates a Bike Taxi service in Gurgaon.
Dunzo means Done/Finished/Over.
Bengaluru-based startup Dunzo is founded on July 2015 as a WhatsApp version then to an app by Ankur Aggarwal, Dalvir Suri, Kabeer Biswas, and Mukund Jha.
The Mismatch foursome
Kabeer is a computer science grad who founded Hoppr in Gurgaon which was now acquired by Hike. Mukund, who is a former Google employee along with Ankur founded Filter, and HR tech company. Dalvir met Kabeer through a friend at Hoppr.
The four has analyzed and understood the requirements of the people, and voila here is the Dunzo. From getting fixed your leaking pipe to groceries delivered, everything can be done with Dunzo.
Dunzo has raised a total of $30.3 million funded by 12 investors in which Google, Kalpavriksh, Cognizant, Alteria Capital are among the investors.
Any.do, 6Wunderkinder, DoneThing are the main competitors for the company.
Dunzo operates in Bengaluru, Delhi, Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai, and Gurgaon. It claims to have an average of 30,000+ transactions every day.