In The Press


All of us here at Webkul recently survived seven years of our bootstrapped journey, so I would like to share some stories of the things we encountered, faced, and enjoyed.


Webkul, a company you probably never heard of, is quietly developing a big business by making plugins for eCommerce Platforms.

The Economic Times

One of the largest self-created open source marketplaces in the world. Webkul is an eCommerce and Product Company that has developed more than 700 Products for Open Source Platforms to date.


As many organizations, both government and private, have started using open-source software, such as Linux, it is quite clear that price is not the only advantage that these software hold.


Webkul Software Pvt. Ltd. found place in the 2015 Technology Fast 500 APAC Ranking. The co-founders, Vipin Sahu and Vinay Yadav started Webkul in 2010.

INC42 Magazine

From 3 Passionate Entrepreneurs to Building an Army of 150+ Ironmen: Webkul’s Bootstrap Journey.


They are now an ISO  9001:2008 and NASSCOM – NSR registered with customers like Intel, Harvard, Princeton University, HealthKart, Digiweb and many more global companies.

The Asian Entrepreneur

Vipin graduated during the summer of 2009 with a degree in electrical engineering and was very much involved in web development, focusing mainly on developing plugins and modules.

The TechPanda

Covering varied range of startups makes us realize that the world still has gaps that need to be filled up and that there are geeks, nerds, innovators and samaritans that push their limits to make things.


WebKul is an online store of web tools that fit into open source platforms like Magento, Joomla, PrestaShop, OpenCart and OpenERP to name a few.


More than 20,000 users, including some of the hottest startup in Silicon valley use Software Modules built by a few developers sitting in tiny office in Noida, India.


Bootstrapped by determined entrepreneurs, Webkul’s success is an inspiring story of a firm that has achieved phenomenal growth. The biggest surprise – the firm has never taken any funding.


How does a Mixergy fan in India who has a monthly food budget of just $12 bootstrap a profitable software company?


Like many startups in Asia, India-based startup Webkul rose to prominence by bootstrapping its operations.


Without having any computer science background, Vipin with his roommate and now co-founder bootstrapped Webkul to $1 million dollar in revenue. Lets start from the very beginning.


Webkul is one such company started with a little personal money $650 and one simple idea – fill the gap between various open source platforms and what the user wants.

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