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Ankiti Bose is a 27 years old Mumbai native, who co-founded Zilingo with Druv Kapoor (both IIT Guwahati alumnus).
At just 24, he has made his name in the start-up world and comes across as a charismatic young entrepreneur.
Messaging platform Hike Messenger on Tuesday said it has raised $175 million in a new round of funding led by Tencent Holdings and Foxconn Technology Group, valuing the company at about $1.4 billion.
The year 2016 has already started with a trend towards consolidation among start-ups with much M&A action in segments like local services, eCommerce along with software-as-a-service (SaaS), and analytics.
Pujashoppe.com offers complete solutions by offering access to religious festivals and pujas all across the country both online and its chain of religious stores keeping in mind the purity and utmost quality in every product and services we offer.
Lendingkart recently raised 205 crores; 128 crores was raised as equity and 77 crores as debt.
Although all entrepreneurs, regardless of whether they are established or new, have an equal in the Indian startup scene, here are 11 tech entrepreneurs that could be considered as largely responsible for these winds of change.
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.
Shradha Sharma, founder of YourStory is a rare species of entrepreneur. She is indeed the Elon Musk of entrepreneurship fraternity.
According to a report shared by the OYO Rooms, SoftBank-backed budget hotel room aggregator OYO Rooms said it has attained profitability at an aggregate level, which means, on an average, they are making profit on every room sold.
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.
Here are the top 11 times when the things got a bit heated in the Indian startup ecosystem.
The story of how the two men started with just two laptops and grew to its current size is inspirational. At the time of raising $1-billion last year, the Bansals’ combined stake of around 15 per cent in Flipkart was valued at Rs 6,000 crore (Rs 60 billion).