Mumbai-based social wishlist site Wishberg is shutting down and the founders Pravin Jadhav and Kulin Shah are moving to the Sequoia Capital-backed online recharge and couponing site Freecharge. At Freecharge, Jadhav will be leading the effort on the company's product & growth while Shah will be leading efforts on Partnerships & Alliances. According to a note on Wishberg's official blog, the platform will be sunsetted in coming days, giving time to users to possibly export their account data. Wishberg was launched in July 2011 as Tyche’d, however the company pivoted to the current avatar in November 2012. It allowed users to build wishlists, share experiences with on products, and discover relevant reviews and experiences from their social circle. The company had raised seed funding of $150,000 from India Quotient and angel investors like One97 founder and managing director Vijay Shekhar Sharma and HeadHonchos CEO Uday Sodhi in October last year. While Wishberg was still in…
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