|Founder 👔||Prafulla Mathur and Pulkit Mathur|
|Headquarters 🏙️||Gurgaon, Haryana, India|
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Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Company
Queppelin is an augmented reality and virtual reality applications development company, was established in the year 2010. The company is headquartered in India, Gurugram with offices in Bengaluru (India), Los Angeles (US) and Brighton (UK). The name “Queppelin” is derived from the two iconic rock brands – Queen and Led Zeppelin. The founders of the company are avid rockers and the same reflects in their brand name. The music streaming technology products developed by Queppelin have crossed 100 million monthly active user mark. The company has raised over $4 Million from VC's Mangrove Capital Partners (Netherlands) and Simile Ventures (Luxembourg). In 2011, the tech platforms of the company were showcased at the Mobile World Congress that is the world's largest exhibition for the mobile industry in Barcelona by Oracle. In the year 2013, Queppelin worked with Reliance for their
Bigflix App. Facebook is also one of its client companies. Wudstay, a platform that offers rooms to leisure and corporate travelers is also a brand of Queppelin. In 2019,
Formation and early years
Queppelin derives its name from Queen & Led Zeppelin, two iconic rock bands. It is easy to imagine that the company founders are avid rockers. This also reflects in the music
streaming technology products developed by Queppelin which have crossed 100 million monthly active user mark. Queppelin was started in 2010 and focuses on Augmented and Virtual Reality based platforms. Some of the largest global giants like JCB use Queppelin's VR platforms for their training and marketing solutions on Virtual Reality.
Queppelin launched its first product in Mobile World Congress (MWC), Barcelona in 2011 where it was showcased by Oracle.
The platforms developed by Queppelin were adopted by global giants like Facebook and Bennett Coleman & Co.
The company also launched two of its travel technology products called WudStay in India and Tinggal in Indonesia. They received a total of $4 million funding from marquee VCs like
Mangrove Capital Partners (Netherland) and Simile Ventures (Luxembourg). Queppelin also operates an Augmented Reality fund for early-stage AR/VR startups.
Queppelin was started by two serial entrepreneurs Pulkit Mathur and Prafulla Mathur. They received their first round of angel funding in 2010 and second round in 2011.
Queppelin started as a mobile platforms company heavily invested in mobile streaming technologies and mobile publishing platforms. This organically extended to Augmented and
Virtual Reality platforms in the subsequent years. The company also invests in AR/VR startups.
The company is headquartered in Gurgaon, New Delhi (India) with offices in Bangalore (India), Los Angeles (USA) and Brighton (UK).
- Augmented and Virtual Reality: Unity and Unreal engines
- 3D graphics: Blender, 3Ds Max, Maya
- Mobile apps: Android (Kotlin, Java), iOS (Swift, Objective C)
- Backend and Web: PHP, Java, DotNet
- DevOps: Kubernetes, Dockers
- Databases: MongoDB, MySQL, Postgres, MS-SQL, Oracle
- Training and marketing apps on Virtual Reality
- Real Estate, furniture, healthcare apps on Augmented Reality
- Consumer internet products on mobile Media publishing solutions
The company is headquartered in Gurgaon, New Delhi (India) with offices in Bangalore (India), Los Angeles (USA) and Brighton (UK)
- Adjudged as the Red Herring Asia Winners of 2011 in HongKong.
- Best app on mobile streaming technology by Oracle at Mobile World Congress (MWC), Barcelona in 2011.
- Won top 250 mobile tech startups by Clutch.
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- is attempting to be the mobile application partner and consultant to enterprises large and small
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