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Ratan Tata invests in Kyazoonga

Most recently it was adjudged a close runner up in the ticketing bid for the Rio 2016 Olympics

Sneha Sagar 

Ratan Tata
Ratan Tata

Ratan Tata, one of India's top investors, has invested in - a ticketing company that is expanding and making  strides globally.

In addition to creating and growing the ticketing market in India, has ticketed international events including the   in three countries, the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, SAFF Cup, bilateral international cricket matches and domestic tournaments such as the Indian Premier League, the Pro Kabaddi League, Nehru Cup and others.

Most recently it was adjudged a close runner up in the ticketing bid for the It now has ticketing operations around the world – in the UAE, US, and the Caribbean. It tickets tournaments such as the and the Pakistan Super League.

Neetu Bhatia, CEO and co-founder of said, “We are delighted to have on board. As we scale into a global enterprise, glad to know he shares in the excitement of our mission of ‘Tickets made simple for everyone, everywhere’.  We continue to focus our efforts on the large potential for paid access that India represents and pushing the envelope on significant global opportunities.” 

For Neetu Bhatia, the investment from him has come full circle – as a young engineering student at the College of Engineering, Pune, Neetu had interned at

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Ratan Tata invests in Kyazoonga

Most recently it was adjudged a close runner up in the ticketing bid for the Rio 2016 Olympics

Most recently it was adjudged a close runner up in the ticketing bid for the Rio 2016 Olympics
Ratan Tata, one of India's top investors, has invested in - a ticketing company that is expanding and making  strides globally.

In addition to creating and growing the ticketing market in India, has ticketed international events including the   in three countries, the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, SAFF Cup, bilateral international cricket matches and domestic tournaments such as the Indian Premier League, the Pro Kabaddi League, Nehru Cup and others.

Most recently it was adjudged a close runner up in the ticketing bid for the It now has ticketing operations around the world – in the UAE, US, and the Caribbean. It tickets tournaments such as the and the Pakistan Super League.

Neetu Bhatia, CEO and co-founder of said, “We are delighted to have on board. As we scale into a global enterprise, glad to know he shares in the excitement of our mission of ‘Tickets made simple for everyone, everywhere’.  We continue to focus our efforts on the large potential for paid access that India represents and pushing the envelope on significant global opportunities.” 

For Neetu Bhatia, the investment from him has come full circle – as a young engineering student at the College of Engineering, Pune, Neetu had interned at

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Ratan Tata invests in Kyazoonga

Most recently it was adjudged a close runner up in the ticketing bid for the Rio 2016 Olympics

Ratan Tata, one of India's top investors, has invested in - a ticketing company that is expanding and making  strides globally.

In addition to creating and growing the ticketing market in India, has ticketed international events including the   in three countries, the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, SAFF Cup, bilateral international cricket matches and domestic tournaments such as the Indian Premier League, the Pro Kabaddi League, Nehru Cup and others.

Most recently it was adjudged a close runner up in the ticketing bid for the It now has ticketing operations around the world – in the UAE, US, and the Caribbean. It tickets tournaments such as the and the Pakistan Super League.

Neetu Bhatia, CEO and co-founder of said, “We are delighted to have on board. As we scale into a global enterprise, glad to know he shares in the excitement of our mission of ‘Tickets made simple for everyone, everywhere’.  We continue to focus our efforts on the large potential for paid access that India represents and pushing the envelope on significant global opportunities.” 

For Neetu Bhatia, the investment from him has come full circle – as a young engineering student at the College of Engineering, Pune, Neetu had interned at

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