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Want to Startup in the Agritech Space? Get Seed Funded in 2 days flat

Do you have an idea you want to own and solve problems at scale? If yes, we would like to partner with you. Even if you don't have an idea but have passion and zeal to solve problems independently, we love you.

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Flipkart & Walmart announce a fresh round of investment in Ninjacart to organize the Agri Ecosystem & create economic opportunities for farmers in India.

The investment of US$145 million from Flipkart and Walmart further validates and strengthens Ninjacart’s vision to ensure better access to high-quality fresh produce for more retailers and consumers across India while also creating economic opportunities & better incomes for farmers in India.

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Ninjacart raises $100 Million funding from Tiger Global

Ninjacart has raised $100 million in funding from Tiger Global. We source fruits and vegetables from farmers across 20+ Indian states and deliver to 17,000+ local kiranas and restaurants in 7 major Indian cities daily in less than 12 hours.

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Ninjacart raises $5.5 million in Series-A Funding

Ninjacart, India's leading B2B agri-marketing platform that connects farmers to businesses, has raised Rs.37 Cr ($5.5 million) from Accel Partners, Nandan Nilekani's NRJN Trust, Mistletoe, Qualcomm Ventures, and M&S Partners.

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Ninjacart raises Rs.250 crores from Accel US & Syngenta Ventures

Ninjacart closed its Rs. 250 crores series B funding round from Accel US, Syngenta Ventures (Switzerland / USA), Neoplux (South Korea), Jo Hirao (Founder of ZIGExN), HR Capital (Russia) and Trifecta Capital.

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World Food Day 2019: 8 easy steps to ensure you eat a healthy diet and lead a healthy life

The United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organisation believes that everyone has an important part to play right from farmers, agri businesses, government, institutions, Private businesses, traders, teachers and individuals.

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Delivering in a Deluge: How Ninjacart ensured deliveries during the Chennai Floods

Presenting our latest series, #TheNinjacartAdvantage. In this series, we will showcase the success stories of farmers, retailers, and employees, and talk about how associating with Ninjacart, set them ahead. We will define Ninjacart’s unique value propositions which make people and businesses do their best and create an impact!

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Thinking beyond middlemen elimination for increasing farmer income

The basic approach of any firm is to increase the sales while bringing down the unit cost and hoping to make it unit profitable at some point. Generally, the engine slows down at the volume much before the break-even point.

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Ninjacart — Why we exist?

Today, food has become more dangerous for humankind —  ecologically, economically and politically (BTW, there is nothing more political than food!) and more importantly it has become UNSAFE TO EAT.

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Food Traceability (Coming Soon)

Food Traceability allows us to trace the complete footprint of the product you purchased from Ninjacart. Details such as Farmer who produced, Warehouse that processed, Truck that carried your produce & more.

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My canvas: Sneak peek into the life of Akhila

For me, a Shero is someone who carries a lot of conviction and resilience. While this may not happen overnight, it's about picking an area to excel, demonstrating success there and then people develop that conviction in you.

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Leading, Building and Experimenting at Ninjacart: Shyam Shroff

Usually, for startups, the primary focus is only on GMV(Gross Merchandise Value) which creates some value and positive influence for investors, which may or may not come true in the long run. That's one thing I feel is different about Ninjacart, we not only look at GMV but are also building a business that can be profitable and sustainable.

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Staying True to Our Core Values: Varsha Raman’s Story

After graduation, I was placed in TCS, where I was trained as a coder for 4 months. While working there, I felt like something was amiss. My engagement with the organization mostly involved coding, which I definitely did not enjoy. But there was something else to it as well. The excitement! The main reason which led me to the feeling of disconnection. 

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Meet our Procurement Wizard, Chaitanya

Soon enough after the restrictions were eased, we had started our e-commerce business and were moving up to 1000 tons. Even at that time, we couldn’t get proper support from the vendors because their manufacturing units were still not operational. We wanted to expand our business but were facing difficulties due to Opex shortfalls, continued lockdowns in some states, and a general atmosphere of fear.

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Harvest The Farms: Nagaraju’s Predicament

I came to know about Ninjacart while travelling on the roads of Chikka Tirupati. I approached their CC, and they said that they will buy my harvest. During the lockdown, I sold 70% of my produce to Ninjacart.

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Harvest The Farms: KR Lakshman’s Dilemma

After Ninjacart, everything has been running smoothly without any problems. When I reach the CC, the workers immediately give us the crates, weigh everything properly and have no intention of cheating us.

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Harvest The Farms: Yatish’s Lockdown Crisis

But after the lockdown was announced, merchants wouldn’t show up or answer calls and I’d face a lot of problems with transportation and selling. I did not know what to do with the cabbage, cauliflower and carrot that were ready to harvest.

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Supporting Small Businesses amid Lockdown: Aravind & Ninjacart

For the first 10 days, I didn't open the shop. After those 10 days, I thought I would get some hope to open the shop, but I didn't, because I couldn't go to the market to purchase the items. The main reason was that the market would be crowded.

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Introduction to Microservices Platform at Ninjacart

This blog is a one-stop knowledge point for Microservices architecture, in general, and introduces Ninjacart’s microservices platform in particular. 

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Necessity of Real-time Replication due to Micro-service Architecture

We believe a business is powerful when it is fueled by Data, and our Ninjacart Data platform constantly provides support to the business by providing access to real-time data and also supports Analytical use cases.

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Ninjacart’s journey of creating an Event Driven Architecture (EDA)

In this article, we will talk about our journey of creating Event Driven Architecture (EDA). We’ll cover the issues we faced before our EDA, things to keep in mind while designing it, and some technologies and/or solutions for EDA.

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Algorithms that change farmers’ lives

Technology and data science makes Ninjacart what it is today and will define our tomorrow. We are using technology for the people who are neglected the most  —  the farmers, to improve their income and change their families' lives forever.

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Read, Attend and Parse: Neural Parsing of Unstructured Text through Attention-Based Transformers -Part 1

Converting unstructured text to a structured catalogue is one of the important steps to create and update catalogues for our buyers on the platform.

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Disrupting the Agri-ecosystem in your country? Ninjacart will Help

What if you could get access to our Platform? What if we tell you we’ll take care of the technology, and you’ll be ready to hit the ground running in your country in less than a month!

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Life is all about Second Chances: S. Sushil Kumar

I’m proud to be associated with a company like Ninjacart that is impacting the lives of farmers and retailers across India. Our marketing campaigns, therefore, have to be quite hands-on, which has enabled us to impact lives in a very real way.

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Rising and making my way through tough times : K R Harikrishnan

Ninjacart’s key strength is the unity that holds it. More than being just employees, we are a family which always stands by each other. The faith and confidence in people bestow on you are unmatched. Everyone is welcomed by everyone. It’s an open culture. We never make any person feel left out. At the end […]

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Harvest The Farms initiative: A Case Study

Under the Harvest The Farms (HTF) initiative, you could buy directly from the farmers at a cheaper price, while Ninjcart took care of the supply chain cost, so we could together feed the feeding hands.

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When Ninjacart supported NGOs in helping the Underprivileged

Being frontline workers, our on-ground executives had to show up every day as they faced an unprecedented health crisis. With the deadly virus always on the heels, it took a whole lot of courage, will and good conscience to show up every day!

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Ramkumar’s Journey of Learnings and Growth at Ninjacart

I pursued my MS in software engineering and then went on to work for a start-up as a software developer. Being a part of the founding team, I also took care of the sales and operations and that served as a medium to broaden my vision.

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Karthiyayini Devi: Finding Inspiration in Our Core Values

I am someone who is true to what I know and what I don’t know. And if I don’t know, I learn. What I know is I would want to go ahead and apply it and makes the best use of it.

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Adapting to Change: When Ninjacart tweaked its Business Model during Lockdown

When the nationwide lockdown was imposed, it brought with it a lot of uncertainty, ambiguity, and apprehension. People were afraid to move out of their homes, in the fear that they’d bring the virus back home with them.

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Finding a Second Home at Ninjacart: Dhileeban K M

I did my Engineering in Electrical and Electronics and then went on to pursue an MBA. I started with working for a reputed consultancy firm and then went on to work for many analytics service-based organizations. Post this, I contributed to the space of setting up business and managing projects for some well-known companies. 

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How Ninjacart made Trade Experience Better for Farmers

The world is on the smartphone. There isn’t an aspect of our lives that hasn’t been touched by technology. Food, clothing, house-hunting, banking, investing, entertainment and much more.

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Being Resilient in Testing Times: R Durgesh

Ninjacart’s value of Speed has served as a catalyst for me. I have always loved working at Ninjacart and bestowed my efforts in every possible way to help the org scale. It honestly feels great to see the way the organization has grown in the last couple of years. There have been significant changes in the aspects of business and culture.

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