How The KhataBook App, Built In A Small Village In Maharashtra, Now Handles Rs. 20,000 Crore Of Transactions Per Month
The biggest Indian startups ideas can sometimes come from the country’s brightest minds, who sit on beanbags and brainstorm with whiteboards in one of its swanky entrepreneurial hubs. At other times, they can come from a nondescript village in Maharashtra. KhataBook, an app first built by Vaibhav Kalpe in Delgoor village in Nanded district, now records Rs. 20,000 crore of transactions per month. Kalpe’s father ran an electrical shop in Delgoor, and he saw him struggling to track...
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