News: TimBuckDo raises seed funding of Rs 2 cr from Morton Meyerson and Nandkishore Kalambi

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TimBuckDo raises seed funding of Rs 2 cr from Morton Meyerson and Nandkishore Kalambi

TimBuckDo leverages AI and advanced technology to bridge the gap between students seeking flexible employment and businesses in need of part-time support.
TimBuckDo raises seed funding of Rs 2 cr from Morton Meyerson and Nandkishore Kalambi

TimBuckDo has raised seed funding of Rs 2,00,00,000 from two US-based angel investors: Morton Meyerson and Nandkishore (Andy) Kalambi. 

Founded by Mythri Kumar and Apoorv Sharma Prasad, TimBuckDo is a platform designed to connect students with part-time gig opportunities, bridging the gap between students seeking flexible employment and businesses in need of part-time support. 

By leveraging AI & technology to match students with suitable gigs, TimBuckDo aims to empower the next generation of workers with opportunities that fit their schedules and skill sets.

“With over 50% of India's population under the age of 25, it's crucial to harness their potential and empower them with relevant opportunities. The part-time job market is experiencing significant growth, with a 30% increase in opportunities over the past year alone,” said Mythri Kumar & Apoorv Sharma Prasad, Co-founders of TimBuckDo. 

“Nandkishore Kalambi and Morton Meyerson’s belief in our vision of creating a dynamic gig portal for student part-timers underscores the growing importance of flexible work solutions in the modern economy. With their support, we are well-positioned to enhance our platform and expand our reach to students across the country.”

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