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Startup health indicator platform Whistle launched by Hood

Hood, a social networking site with pseudonyms, has announced the release of “Whistle,” a tool that uses media data to provide thorough insights into the health of a company.

In addition to financial performance, recent layoffs, valuation and revenue multiples, growth, and debt-to-equity ratios, Whistle provides an overall company health score based on these and other factors. Whistle provides professionals with transparent insights into company culture, pay parity, and growth opportunities through the synthesis of data from media, news articles, and user reviews. This enables professionals to make well-informed career decisions.

As data is updated daily, Whistle claims to guarantee users stay up to date with the most recent insights, with scores ranging from “Very Poor” to “Excellent.” Hood claims that this tool is a useful tool for comprehending the dynamics of a company and making wise career decisions.

“Whistle is derived from the idea of a leaker, who is often associated with the truth. In addition to the quantitative data that Entrackr has crunched, we want to create a discussion board where individual companies can get qualitative insights,” Hood’s co-founder Abhishek Asthana, online known as GabbbarSingh, stated.

Hood is a pseudonymous social networking site that lets users express themselves in an anonymous manner. It was co-founded in July 2021 by Jasveer Singh and Asthana. Users can choose topics of interest and use pseudonymous usernames to share posts and opinions. With the app, which is compatible with iOS and Android smartphones, users can communicate freely and honestly without worrying about being attacked in public.

Hood reportedly raised about $3.2 million from investors, including Ashneer Grover, 3one4 Capital, Ritesh Agarwal, Ashish Hemrajani, Kunal Shah, and Vijay Shekhar Sharma.




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