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Anuj Gosalia’s first taste of the startup life was when he joined the founding team of What’s On India, led by media veteran Atul Phadnis.
Working with a lean and versatile team to bring new business, service existing clients and optimize the website's algorithm all at once, was his introduction to the grueling nature of startups.
What’s On India went on to be funded by Sequoia and was later sold for many million dollars.
Anuj Gosalia then moved on to co-found a platform for artists called Bechain Nagri. Partnering with the country's finest animation and illustration talent from the National Institute Of Design, Bechain Nagri manufactured and distributed premium sketchbooks and t-shirts in 12 cities across India.
After a year and a half of pan-India exhibitions and retail distribution, Bechain Nagri found a small but cult following in the design community; before the founders went on to pursue their own interests.
Gosalia then went on to build Not Like That, a product-led communications agency which created some defining work for brands like Hamleys, Girnar, 612 League, among others.
Anuj Gosalia is now the Co-Founder and CEO at Terribly Tiny Tales - India’s most loved social storytelling platform with 75,000+ writers from around the world, and a weekly organic reach of 12 million.