TaaS startup KIWI raised $2,50,000 in seed round from PointOne Capital, Core91 VC, others


KIWI a global TaaS platform raised $2,50,000 in seed funding from PointOne Capital, Core91 VC, AppyHigh, and other angel investors. According to a company statement, the fresh funds will be used for product development and for creating an initial base of consumers and experts.


KIWI is a one-of-a-kind TaaS platform that connects freelancers and clients within 180 seconds and creates a high-skilled on-demand talent network in the world. The startup says that it assists people in getting their issues resolved in real-time, and freelancers get their money within 60 minutes. The gig economy is growing at a massive pace and COVID-19 has propelled that growth.

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