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‘Hoopoe on a Hill’, processes, packages, and sells organic honey and related products online and offline.
Grofers expects its revenue to cross Rs 2,500 crore this fiscal year (2019) however Grofers last year revenue was Rs 54.3 Crore as compared to the projected revenue of Rs 100 Crore.
Bengaluru based company Instamojo raised INR 50 Cr ($7 Mn) in a Series B round of funding.
An open-to-all online community, where members can explore and review products.
Reliance Jio has been given 17th rank, while Vijay Shekhar Sharma led Paytm has got the 31st position in the table.
Through his venture, FairPencil, founder Yatish Jain, helps create aesthetically brilliant architectural spaces
FairPencil, aims to help people solve the various challenges faced in terms of house designs/architecture and provide design solutions.
Snapdeal’s Kunal Bahl and Ola’s Bhavish Aggarwal are no longer in the top 15 richest entrepreneurs.
Treebo Hotels, a Bangalore-based online budget hotel aggregator has raised $34 Million (Rs 220 crore) in its Series C funding.
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2016 is a year of harsh reality for the country's startup ecosystem: 212 startups have not survived to see 2017. And the number is 50% higher than last year, when about 140 startups were shut down.
This online artist search and discovery tool aims to quest your search for the best artist for any kind of event.
He along with Franchise India, announced the launch of The Great Khali Gym & Fitness Club, an exclusive chain of luxury gym and fitness centres, which led to his entry in the field of entrepreneurs.
Lingerie for the longest time has been a taboo topic in India. However, with Richa Kar starting up her own e-commerce portal which deals with different types of lingerie, women are coming forth to buy new and more cutting-edge brassiere.
The country’s biggest online travel portal, MakeMyTrip has recently acquired GoIbibo for a $2 billion deal which makes it India’s biggest acquisition in the online travel space.
Ola, has currently upgraded their technology and come up with a new and revolutionary feature called Ola Offline which gives customers the option of booking cabs even when they aren’t connected to the internet.
After a sustained funding frenzy, investor enthusiasm for the country's tech startups has fallen sharply this year. Weaker firms are laying off employees and some have closed up shop altogether.
In the wake of the hour, CabME, a homegrown cab service startup, is all set to create waves in the Indian travelling domain.
Budget hotel aggregator OYO Rooms is closing a $90-million financing round. The funding is led by its largest shareholder, SoftBank.
Creative startups from India that are courageous and innovative in their work.
With the latest partnership announced with mobile payments and commerce platform Paytm, Kishore Biyani is making an effort to go online without taking on the risks and huge costs associated with the e-tail business.