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When Shesh Rao Paplikar was hunting for office-space for a New York startup , where he worked as the chief technology officer, he sensed the need of a proper, functioning co-working space in India.
As the lines between offline and online retail blur, India's retail king is tweaking his strategy to stay ahead of the competition.
His company today has a turnover of Rs 30 crore and employs 150 people. This by no means is the finishing line even though 50-year-old Renuka Aradhya started life’s race with a major handicap.
Ritesh Agarwal, the CEO of Oyo Rooms, released a statement claiming that this 15X growth implied that the company has delivered 2.3 million booked room-night transactions in the first quarter of 2016 - this translates to more than 766,000 rooms a month.
What better place than “Namma Bengaluru”, whose famously cosmopolitan culture, agreeable climate and a young, enthusiastic populace provides the perfect breeding ground for original businesses.
Shradha Sharma, founder of YourStory is a rare species of entrepreneur. She is indeed the Elon Musk of entrepreneurship fraternity.
Entrepreneur and writer Prachi Garg offers her collection of 20 such stories in her new book, Superwomen: Inspiring Stories of 20 Women Entrepreneurs.
In India most entrepreneurs and businessman tend to attach themselves to the western aspect of what a startup means – the coolness, the techiness, putting things into place, coding something. They forget that the chole kulche vala is also a startup!
Truejodi is an online matrimonial site that aims to solve a very important problem in online matchmaking – eliminating “fraud” profiles and getting in genuine people who are looking out for matches based on their requirements.
HyperTrack is serial entrepreneur Deorah’s attempt at creating a global tech firm from India.
At the core of the solution, the three are looking to make use of semantic search, machine learning and big data to build the product.
The startup story of India has fascinated everybody, starting from students to the Prime Minister of the nation. But the moment flyers are printed...
Here is a list of top 10 Indian startups that are riding the startup wave, and how they started.
Here are ten powerful quotes from Indian entrepreneurs that will recharge your energies and once again encourage you to dream big!
The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion(DIPP) on Thursday launched a portal and mobile app through which start-ups can gather all latest updates on various notifications, circulars issued by various departments and different funding agencies.
Are you interested in doing business in India? Do you want to start a business in India? If yes, there you have it; the steps you would need to follow if you want to start a business in India.
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