Becoming a developed country is very difficult unless there is a proper ground preparation for overcoming hurdles of progress. One of the major challenges that has harmed India’s growth and development to a large extent is transportation barriers such as traffic jams, and poor road infrastructure. In fact, it has damaged our economy more than other prevalent hurdles in our country. However, in recent years, we have seen tech startups emerging to develop solutions to help overcome transportation, and logistics challenges.
TechEagle is one of those technology startups that has helped overcome transportation barriers by ensuring safe delivery of food, medical supplies, etc to its customers via drones. The mission of the company as said by its founders Anshu Abhishek, and Vikram Singh Meena is to help people of the remote areas get on-time delivery of their healthcare, and other essentials of life. The company so far has been very successful in exercising its specializations and policies. A few years ago many experts were sceptical about its function in Indian environment. However, over time their perception has changed and now have become very positive for its working in our country.
TechEagle was founded by Anshu Abhishek, and Vikram Singh Meena in Jan 27, 2017. The company claims to have success in safe delivery of medical, and food parcels in various areas. They have a YouTube channel where various videos of their work have been uploaded to prove their claims. The company’s current employee strength is around 11-50 workers. It has raised around $500K in its first round of funding and the names of its investors that have come forward to invest in TechEagle are Marquee Angels, Vinners, Sitics, and India Accelerator.