Web design tech startup Bhatia raises $400,000
- UAE-based design tech startup Bhatia, has raised $400,000 in a Seed round led by Eureeca Holdings.
- Founded in 2019 by Dushyant Bhatia, Bhatia offers subscription-based productised services, platforms and infrastructure catering to individuals, startups and businesses all over the world.
- It also offers Banan.com, a platform designed to help e-commerce businesses create a digitally engaging experience for their customers.
- It plans to use the recently acquired funds to expand its client base, shore up its cloud infrastructure and drive product development.
UAE-based Bhatia Labs has raised $400K in its SEED round via Eureeca Holdings. Founded in 2019, Bhatia Labs is a provider of subscription based productized services, platforms and infrastructure catering to individuals, startups and businesses all over the world. With Banaa.com, the company aims to bridge the developer-designer gap with its no-code/low-code platform and intends to make digital marketing and infrastructure support affordable with DesignOye and Serverfellows.
Banaa.com offers professionally designed key components for developing aesthetically engaging websites and e-commerce stores. The process is extremely self-explanatory and enables users to build a website and begin selling online in minutes.
Dushyant Bhatia, Founder, Bhatia Labs, said, “We’ve been working on building a suite of affordable subscription-based offerings for non-coders, designers and developers across the globe. The last one year was spent on perfecting the products and offerings for the target market and with this round, we intend to focus on building our reseller ecosystem.”
The new capital raised will be utilized for product development, cloud infrastructure and building a global reseller ecosystem for Banaa.com. “With Banaa.com, we intend to democratize software development and allow non-coders to be a part of this digital revolution. Banaa.com competes on some levels with companies such as Webflow and the open-source platform WordPress,” Dushyant Bhatia concluded.