Samsung-backed Indus OS in talks with China brands for ‘App Bazaar’

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After being backed by Samsung with an investment of $5 million last July, Indus OS — whose Indus App Bazaar is touted as the country’s largest indigenous app store — is currently in talks with brands in China that operate in India

 

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Speaking to DT Next, Rakesh Deshmukh, Co-founder and CEO, Indus OS, elaborated on how the Korean behemoth helped it get global recognition apart from helping in their efforts to establish roots in the neighbouring country.
“China is crucial for us. We have been in talks with companies that operate in India and although the procedure has been challenging, the fact that we were the first app-based company that Samsung invested in, made business easier for us,” said Deshmukh. “It also opened up Samsung’s user base to us which is five times our number,” he added.

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