Food tech startup IdeaChakki raises funding from Ratan Tata Food tech startup IdeaChakki has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from leading industrialist Ratan Tata. The city-based startup, which provides digital video menu for restaurants and allows customers to gift food and beverage experience across the world, has also partnered with investment bank Enablers for their next round of funding. The funding will be utilized for expansion into new geography, along with building the in-house team and strengthening the technology. Read More


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Ratan Tata, chairman emeritus of Tata Sons Ltd, has invested an undisclosed amount in IdeaChakki, a food-tech start-up that provides digital video menu for restaurants and allows customers to gift food and beverage experience anywhere in the world.  The funding will be utilized for expansion plans along with building a team and strengthening the technology.