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‘Mr. Hot Food’ Secures Seed Funding On The IvyCamp Platform

A Startup that provides home cooked Indian meals!

What is Mr. Hot food?

Mr. Hot foods, based in Indore and Kota food tech startup that provides home cooked meal at affordable prices has secured seed funding. The funding amount is unrevealed yet  and was raised from the IvyCamp Platform, a Unified Innovation and Entrepreneurship Platform, that leverages the Global Alumni Networks to help entrepreneurs become successful. The food startup was founded by IIT Kharagpur alumnus.

What does the company does?

Mr. Hot food is helping to emphasize your local Thali houses, tiffin centres and bring their home cooked meals in restaurant manner with standardized packaging. With the help of online reach and increased sales, their vendors also get special training from professional chefs and can access analytics and technology so that they can handle operation efficiently. Moreover they can compete with restaurants and develop their own brand as they have upgraded services available now.

How is it helping?

The food company is solving one of the biggest issue faced by many Indians nowadays as they study and work far from home, since need of home cooked meal. At the same time they are also helping the small kitchens but lack to spread out to these customers. Mr. Pawan Raj Kumar thinks that Mr. Hot food is doing what exactly needed to be done with upcoming India’s huge young and migratory population.

More about IvyCamp

India’s first unified tech based platform, IvyCamp helps in leveraging the Global Alumni Network to help entrepreneurs to be successful. With the help of their platform, they have joined hands with various educational institutions to connect, support and grow their entrepreneurial ecosystems. It is an initiative of IvyCap Ventures, which is raising its second fund of Rs 600 crs. It has also helped in raising funds for early age startups such as FT cash, Grabon rent and has connected various startups to industry mentors.

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Abirami Pillai

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A 20 year old passionate geek, never misses a chance to read on internet culture, consumer-facing technology & social media.
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