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The Turakhia Bros bought the #domain #Flock .com – Was it for big bucks?

The Turakhia brothers launched Flock, a messaging and collaboration tool in 2014. As a personal project of Bhavin Turakhia, Flock was rolled out on the domain name Flock.co. At the time, Flock was referred to as “better than Slack,” a competing software app. Today, the same message is presented to its customers: Currently, Flock.co forwards […]

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Chinese regulators approved billion dollar Media.net deal

The Chinese government’s regulatory committee approved the acquisition of Media.net by China’s Miteno group. Media.net was acquired after the Turakhia brothers reached out to Chinese investors for their platform. China imposes strict regulations on how foreign businesses operate in China, and China’s government ensures that it has technical insight of any such deals. Media.net founder, […]

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Divyank Turakhia discusses online advertising businesses

Domain investor and serial entrepreneur, Divyank Turakhia, and his brother Bhavin Turakhia have dominated the business news in India, recently. Their $900 million sale of advertising network, Media.net, to Chinese investors, gave the Turakhia brothers even more publicity. Recently, they were featured on the cover of Entrepreneur magazine, and Bhavin shared news about his Flock […]

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Bhavin Turakhia and Flock : Better than Slack for enterprise messaging

Indian entrepreneur, Bhavin Turakhia, is one half of the Turakhia brothers, and the founder and CEO of Flock – an enterprise messenger trying to win over Slack customers. Workspace communication and collaboration tools, such as Slack, have attracted a lot of venture capital during the past 18 months, but the space is far from overcrowded. […]

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Turakhia brothers are featured in the Entrepreneur magazine!

Following on their recent sale of Media.net for almost one billion dollars, the Turakhia brothers, Divyank Turakhia and Bhavin Turakhia, attained a new summit. September’s edition of the Entrepreneur magazine features the brothers on its cover, and main article. Titled “The Bootstrapped Billionaires,” the Entrepreneur magazine article’s covers the Media.net sale and provides the following […]

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The Turakhia Brothers Now Worth $1.4 Billion; DavidAndGoliath.com Is Held for Ransom

While the Turakhia Brothers thrive, Nearly 800 Other Dead or Dying Startups a Sign of India’s Dot-Com Bust; Finally, an ad tech IPO! Boston burger chain accuses Chipotle of ripping off name and logo; Including any of these email closing lines will destroy your chances of a response; The Porn Business Isn’t Anything Like You […]

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Media.net founder Divyank Turakhia learned how to pilot helicopters in a week!

A new article in the economic section of The Times of India describes Divyank Turakhia‘s passion for flying airplanes and helicopters. The founder of Directi and Media.net has a passion for flying which materialized in 2008, when he bought a Cessna172 plane and learned how to fly for that very reason: “I didn’t know how […]

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Turakhia Brothers ready to buy back 100% stake in Media.net

Directi UAE is a business consortium owned by the Turakhia brothers, Divyank and Bhavin. The company currently owns two thirds of Media.net, with the remainder managed by another investor on-board, London-based Ashmore Investment Management. According to The Times of India, Media.net, which manages over $200 million dollars in annual revenue is the only venture started […]

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