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Pune-Based SaaS Start-Up DINGG Raises Rs 3.5 Crore In New Funding Round

The fresh capital will also be utilized to accelerate the new automation capabilities and to expand into the Beauty and Wellness Sector

Pune-Based SaaS Start-Up DINGG Raises Rs 3.5 Crore In New Funding Round
POSTED ON September 19, 2022 1:23 PM

DINGG, a SaaS start-up for salons and spas has raised Rs 3.5 crore led by Big Sun Ventures to scale up sales and marketing in a bid to acquire new customers. The fresh capital will also be utilized to accelerate the new automation capabilities and to expand into the Beauty and Wellness Sector. 

Founded in 2018 by Santosh Patidar and Akshay Pooray, the Start-Up aids salon, spa and beauty clinic in managing bookings,and billings.  Patidar, Co-Founder, DINGG told media, “As the beauty & wellness industry continues to grow, technology plays a crucial role in creating seamless experiences that keep clients coming back. At DINGG our mission is to help businesses save hours of daily paperwork with efficient management and enable growth by marketing to the right people at the right time with powerful automation. We want to become a leading SaaS platform for the beauty & wellness chains in India and empower them with technology to automate their daily operation."

Apart from Big Sun Ventures, Samir Srivastav (CEO, Jean Claude Biguine, India ), Ayaz & Rahim Kabani (Founders, Beauty Essentials), Lalit Keshre (CEO, GROWW), Vishnu Tambi (CEO, Excellon Software), Rohit Gothi (CEO, Hero Cycles), Divej Wadhwa (Founder, Orange Health Digital), Anuj Gupta, Dhiraj Singh Chouhan, Prateek Jaiswal, Pushkar Raj Tiwari, Milind Torney, Prashant Jain and Nitesh Nagdev, also participated in the funding round. 

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