Vowelor is bringing bibliophiles together (and other top stories of the day)
Reading books is one of the best solo activities ever. All you need is the perfect spot and you're ready. And if you want to add a little bit of luxury to it, maybe your favourite beverage and a little snack too.
But there's one more side to reading - what do the others think? As a result, book clubs have been a part of our culture across countries and ages. However, with everything turning digital, how can we still be happy with old school book clubs?
Enter Vowelor, India’s first community-based reading platform. With more than 90,000 readers and authors, the platform brings together all the stakeholders in the publishing ecosystem. The startup connects readers and lets them discuss books in real-time, even helping them pick reads in an informed manner.
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Shanu Mehta did not ever think she would become an entrepreneur one day. However, a chance encounter with Rod Drury, Founder of Xero, led her to found fintech startup MMC Convert, along with her husband Ankit Mehta.
Kamal Kishore Kumawat, Antim Suman and Umang Shukla, Founders of Edgistify (L-R)
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Co-Founders of BEFACH 4X, Uday Nadiwade (Center) and Rajesh Saraf (Right)
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Survaider founders Tushar and Madhulika
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Rahul Jain, Founder & Business Head, eCraftIndia
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Tagteen Co-founder and CEO Ajit Nayak
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