Mumbai-based Talent Litmus receives funding from IPV and Let’s Venture

The funds will be used by the startup to expand its client base across India, Europe and the US.


Talent Litmus, a game-based assessments & learning platform, has managed to raise significant funding from Inflection Point Ventures (IPV) as well as Haptik co-founder, Aakrit Vaish through Let’s Venture.

The Mumbai-based Talent Litmus was founded in 2016 by IIT and IIM alumnus Satpreet Arora, along with Kiran Wadhwa. The company has created proprietary algorithms based on psychology and data sciences, to power its game-based HR applications. This, combined with highly-engaging game mechanics, enables them to create powerful tools for organisations to engage with not only their present but future employees.

Talent Litmus aims to blend game design, psychology and data analytics to give an altogether new perspective to talent management. Its product, Nautics, won the best behavioural assessment award at the World HRD Congress 2019.

Over the next two years, Talent Litmus hopes to create a client base of over 200+ across India, Europe and the US. The startup will use its funds to invest in research and development (R&D), add to its product range and expand its presence into other regions.

Talent Litmus was already successfully being used at Haptik. That is why, Vaish was convinced about investing in the startup, having experienced the product and its credible R&D.

With traditional techniques being replaced by more innovative solutions in the assessments and corporate learning industry, this is the right time for Talent Litmus to expand.

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