With One Spark in full swing, we have been able to check out some of the companies that we previewed in the weeks leading up to the Worlds First Crowdfunding Festival. One of the first companies we were able to hear about was OneTock. The company works to provideone location for small business to provide deals, eCommerce, and marketing on a local level. Here is what we wrote about the company a few days ago:

Founder Rajesh Daggubati introduced OneTock as just another place for business owners to find marketing help. Now he’s clearly identified the holes in this method of marketing and social media and describes OneTock as “A social network where customers and business shares a common platform benefiting each other from the products and services.”

Onetock combines deals, places and e-commerce all into one easy front end site for users. It’s the back side where the magic really happens. Daggubati is also looking at OneTock as a nationwide solution attempting to build out the network to help small business owners in every city USA.1

We were able to check out one of the company’s founders during a quick pitch round the first day of One Spark. Although hardly a quick pitch, we learned quite a bit more about OneTock, and how they operate:


  1. Brian Sanders, TechFaster, “OneTock The Social Network For Your Business [OneSpark],” 6 April 2014.