When web developer couple Mrigaen and Nupur Kapadia realised they had had their fill of their plush IT jobs in the US, they decided to head home to Mumbai to start their own business. Their eventual start-up Mobifolio was probably born out of the catchall nature of their ambition, as it provides a platform for users to create smartphone apps. Started in April 2014 with an initial investment of ₹1 lakh, the company kickstarted its portfolio with apps FuelBuddy and BreakFree. The former is a fuel management app that tracks user mileage, while the latter helps users crack down on their social media addiction.
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