At the ‘Connecting Ideas With Money’ session on 9th December, Kapil Agrawal is seen pitching Khidki – “an indian language location-based social platform, built for Indians living in Tier-2 cities and below. It enables users to see what people in their area, town or village are talking about and share with such people.”
Khidki launched in May 2017 in Gujarat and has 50k+ android app users with an average daily user engagement of 12 minutes and content ranging from local news, local religious/spritual content, local informative content to regional songs and videos.
It was founded by Kumar Saurabh and Kapil, both from small towns that carry personal insights into people’s behaviour.
“If you are in Gujarat, you should definitely try out the android App,” says Kapil.