By 2006 Urbaneye had worked with some of the world’s leading brands such as Nike, FIFA, MTV, Kraft, Diageo, NFL, Samsung and Universal and went on to build groundbreaking technology for the US army and the US Navy.
After creating India’s leading travel portal at the time, Yatra.com, UrbanEye was acquired by the Network18 group to form the building blocks of what would later become Web18, undertaking projects like the redesign of Money Control, the launch of Book My Show, Tech2 and In.com.
In 2012 The core team of UrbanEye moved back to form the design and development team for its founder's entrepreneurial ventures - Scootsy, Fork Media, Hello Green, Stylista and Revofit.
Circa 2020 - UrbanEye has been relaunched by its founders Sharina & Rishi Khiani under the brand DIJJI as a full service digital transformation company. It’s 20 years of experience in disrupting and transforming the Music, Food, Media and Advertising Industries is now available to companies that are facing tough challenges that threaten the very existence of their industry and need more then just another contractor. We are a product driven company that can add real value and successfully transform your business as it looks to adapt to the new normal and stay well ahead of the curve.