Monthly Archives: April 2020
Anyone with a stellar idea that could benefit the medical industry can introduce the concept of a new or more efficient medical device.
IIT Delhi has developed Coronavirus masks at affordable rates
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Patricia Narayan the woman who earned 50 paise a day now is a woman who has inspired many to never give up
Check out six listed reasons why Indians choose not to become entrepreneurs.
Khushi had already decided that she wanted to become an entrepreneur. She joined the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) and travelled to Mumbai on Saturdays for 20 weeks to attend classes at The Cathedral and John Connon School. She started the academic after noting the lack of facilities for football training in her hometown Surat.
COVID-19 pandemic have shaken up the global economy and young Indian startups is no exception. They are going through very hard time right now. Several young Indian startups are now facing a death knell due to contractual technicalities and indifference from co-working major WeWork.
Sachin Bansal has made several investments into companies and start-ups such as Altico Capital, U Gro Capital, IndoStar Capital, Vogo, Bounce, KrazyBee, Ola, Bansal attended Indian Institute of Technology Delhi and completed a degree in Computer Engineering in 2005. After graduation, Bansal worked at Techspan for a few months and later in 2006 he joined Amazon Web Services as a Senior Software Engineer.
Ambani is no longer the tenth richest man in the world or even Asia’s richest man. He lost this title of Asia’s richest man to Alibaba founder and Chinese billionaire. Mukesh Ambani is now the world’s 21st richest person after slipping 12 spots from his previous rank in 2019. However, he continues to be the richest person in India.
Navi Technologies has made allotments of 1.45 crore equity shares, at a price of ₹140.5 per share. Three entities belonging to Gaja Capital, including Gaja Capital Fund-II, GCFII-B and Gaja Capital India AIF Trust have received the allotments. The latest private placement follows a fundraising of over Rs 3,000 crore by the company, led by Bansal and other investors earlier this month.
Lockdown implemented to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus has been extended till May 3. The Ministry of Home Affair has issued detailed guidelines regarding services that'll remain operational and those not.
Flipkart and Amazon have asked their partnered brands and sellers to stock up for the post lockdown sales. They are expecting that many people are waiting to buy non-essential goods post lockdown. The demand for these non-essential goods is immensely high at the moment.
our goal should be to sell more and capitalize on customer acquisition as well as customer retention.
Most companies want to promote a feeling of togetherness and comradery among their employees. In order to do this, they need to bring everyone together in a meaningful way.
The coronavirus outbreak worldwide has led to a situation wherein social distancing and self-isolation have become a necessity, and this has led people to the confines of their homes and work remotely.A lot of coaches and freelancer trainers are using the app to consult users and are seamlessly make money
This current funding comes more than two and a half years after the global credit rating agency Experian had led a $30 million financing round into the company. It has raised total funding of more than $110 million to date.
Ritesh Agarwal's net worth is around INR 7253 crore which is $1.1 billion dollars as per the Hurun Rich List 2020 making him the world's youngest self made billionaire after the famous Kylie Jenner.
It removes viruses, bacteria, dust particles, and harmful chemical pollutants like carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, benzene, etc., in an enclosed space. It also produces 700 litres of oxygen per day, reduces carbon emissions, and maintains an optimum level (40 percent to 60 percent RH) of Indoor Air Quality.