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Finding the perfect gift is no less an excruciating task than winning a battle. Despite knowing someone for years, many often have nightmares with the thought of making a loved one happy by gifting them something special and meaningful. Many spend days, weeks and sometimes a whole calendar year trying to find something that suits perfectly well for a given special occasion. Established in 2012,  is focused on making these worries a thing of past. founders, Avinash Saxena and Mayank Bhangadia, ex-students of IIT Delhi, share a common vision to make gifting thoughtful and full of fun. has since its inception, scaled up both in terms of its popularity and also in scope of services. The intent is simple, to bring about a revolution in personalized gifting for consumers all across, all this at the convenience of a click. Today Giveter, has tie ups with over 50+ brands, giving its users an extremely diverse range of products and services to choose from as their gifting option. Brands like Flipkart, Lenskart, Ferns N Petals, Caratlane, Happily Unmarried, Zansaar and many others are affiliated to Giveter from where more than 10,000 gifts are handpicked. But the bigger question is how does all this work? Well that’s yet another USP of the brand;it’s simple yet effective interface – All one has to do is login to ; they are immediately introduced to the different ways of gifting, once the person has selected the purpose they have to fill in details like  Relationship, age group, personality of the recipient, and lastly the occasion Voila! The user now has innumerable options to choose from which best suits the details they shared.

The latest yet the most important addition by Giveter is called ‘N-Lighter’. N-Lighter takes personalized gifting to whole new level. Using the popular social networking website, Facebook, Giveter with prior permissions from the user, analyses the profile of the person to whom the gifts needs to be given to, Giveter then scan their likes thoroughly to judge and present options for gifting which would be ideal. This is globally a novel concept.

With already having helped more than a million gifters find the right gifts , intends to revolutionize the way gifts are given and received.

Mayank Bhangadia and Avinash Saxena – Co-Founders,

 They say success comes to those who dream! This said quote is no less than perfect for two Delhi based young lads who dreamt big and not just that, they turned that dream into reality. Mayank Bhangadia and Avinash Saxena, B.Tech pass-outs from the reputed IIT Delhi, shared a common vision to change the way gifting happens.. Although they started individually, each having a career graph which is no less than noteworthy, both Mayank and Avinash are responsible for establishing, which is India’s leading one stop destination for all gifting solutions. Prior to Giveter, Avinash was the CTO (Chief Technical Officer) at Zomato, before which he was the Co-Founder of HandsTalk Technologies, a gesture based human – computer interface. He attained his schooling from Delhi Public School in Dhanbad.. On the other hand, Mayank graduated from Daly College (Indore), did his B.Tech from IIT Delhi and then went to attain a Masters Degree in Management from ESCP Europe. He worked as a Senior Management Consultant at Schlumberger Business Consulting.Today a year after the inception of, both Mayank and Avinash have taken their dream and turned that into a major success. In less than a year Giveter has earned for itself the reputation of being one of India’s leading online gifting companies.


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About Pooja K

Pooja K is an engineer turned journalist. Based in Bangalore, she writes on startups, technology. She is at pooja [AT] epublish [DOT] in

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