Believers

  • Ratan Tata

    Ratan Naval Tata

    Indian industrialist, investor, philanthropist and Chairman Emeritus, Tata Sons.

    Ratan Tata was the chairman of Tata Group, from 1991–2012 and continues to be the chairman of the Group's charitable trusts. He has been awarded the Padma Vibhushan in 2008 and Padma Bhushan in 2000, the second and third highest civilian honors by the Government of India.

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  • Vani Kola

    Vani Kola

    MD, Kalaari Capital

    "We are excited to be investing in Holachef. The team has a deep passion to offer great food and commitment to customer service. These are the ingredients to create a great company. We are pleased to be working with dedicated founders like Saurabh Saxena and Anil Gelra. We believe food tech will be a large opportunity in India."

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  • Anand Lunia

    Anand Lunia

    Founder – Partner, India Quotient

    "The fundamental idea behind Holachef is the fact that food for home delivery doesn't need to be cooked inside restaurants. It can come from any kitchen. And then there can be Holachef in every meal and every snack you eat. Holachef is creating an alternate food supply the same way Airbnb created a whole new inventory of high quality rooms. We see this much bigger than mere aggregation of restaurant menus for delivery."

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  • Kashyap Deorah

    Kashyap Deorah

    Investor, Entrepreneur, Writer

    "The path to people's heart is through their stomach. Go Holachef, Saurabh Saxena and Anil Gelra. Khilate raho!"

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  • Kalari Capital

    Kalaari is a $285 million venture capital fund with a strong advisory team in Bangalore investing in early-stage, technology-oriented companies in India. Kalaari Capital invests in the unknown Indian entrepreneur who is poised to become tomorrow’s global leader.

  • India Quotient

    India Quotient is venture fund that invests in very early stage startups. In their own words, "We have been in business for a few years now. Basically funding companies that not too many seem to like. We don't care if it looks ugly, as long as it promises to grow like weed."