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Leap Club (YC W21)

Fresh organic groceries on WhatsApp. Delivered within 12 hours of harvesting.

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LEAD INVESTOR
Invested $25,000 this round
I invested in Leapclub because their platform connects organic farmers with consumers. LeapClub platform ensures that every piece of produce people get from is pesticide-free, preservative-free, healthy, and incredibly fresh – brought to them within 12 hours of harvesting or baking. Organic farming is going to be a huge market in India and LeapClub is making it easy for consumers to get easy access to their produce. LeapClub is also having a huge social impact helping these local farmers to easily sell their fresh produce directly to consumers. Their customer base and revenue are growing at a 15% rate every week. The founders have a great expansion plan in other metro cities in India and the model can be replicated in other countries as well. Good founding team, strong backing from good angel investors, a rapidly growing customer base, and a good revenue stream makes LeapClub a very attractive investment. LeapClub has all the ingredients to be the next unicorn. I have invested in 50+ startups and this is one of my top investments.

In the news

Y Combinator's new batch features its largest group of Indian startups
April 2, 2021
Leap Club is attempting to build a Good Eggs for India. Users can order fresh and organic groceries sourced from local farms through WhatsApp.
These IIT Delhi Alumni Helped Nilgiri's Kattunayakan Tribe Sell Honey Worth Rs 14 Lakh Amid COVID-19 Crisis
June 5, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the lives of thousands of people to a halt. In times as tough as these, Adivasis of the Kattunayakan tribe in Nilgiri have been severely hit. 200 Adivasis of the Kattunayakan tribe formed a collective enterprise years ago to sell their forest honey.
These IIT-Delhi alumni want their online marketplace to create mass appeal for niche eco-friendly products
December 15, 2019
Saving the earth may be the mantra these days, but Shubham Bansal and Divish Gupta, engineering graduates from IIT Delhi, have been socially conscious for long. Even while at college, they were keen to do right to the planet. Now, after graduating in electrical engineering and engineering physics between 2014 and 2015, the duo has started an earth-friendly entrepreneurial venture.
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