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Check out six listed reasons why Indians choose not to become entrepreneurs.
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.
The story of this ordinary businessman with extraordinary wealth will leave you gaping in surprise.
Female co-founders could serve as a tremendous asset for any startup because it brings a diversity of views, experiences and thought processes into the board room.
The idea of ShopClues was born at California in March 2011 when Radhika and Sandeep Aggarwal met with Sethi.
Lack of focus on long-term benefits among founders and funders is hampering the growth of a healthy ecosystem.
This list consists of some ideas which are bound to do well in the Indian market because of lack of market leaders or depending upon the needs of people with changing times.
For every t-shirt you buy, a t-shirt is donated to a poor kid. It is a one of a kind concept where the buyer is given an opportunity to hand over a t-shirt to one kid of the few million who survives extreme temperatures without any clothing.
We connect farmers, manufactures and brands to retailers directly through our lean and connected supply chain.
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.
India is a country with the third largest number of start-ups in the world. However, we need more entrepreneurs to come forth as the Indian market is constantly evolving and the opportunities need to be tapped.
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.
FreeCharge founded by Kunal Shah is one of the most popular online mobile recharge sites in India with their tag line- #LoDoKhatamKaro
Branding in India still finds itself in the nascent stage, largely confined to visual identification and communication, despite several incidents proving its importance in the Indian market.
Flipkart is among the first batch of India’s biggest startups to have achieved a billion-dollar valuation today. Its success story has inspired many entrepreneurs to start their own startups.
As the lines between offline and online retail blur, India's retail king is tweaking his strategy to stay ahead of the competition.
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!
Here is a list of top 10 Indian startups that are riding the startup wave, and how they started.
The Stand Up India scheme, launched on April 5, ensures that women and SC/ST entrepreneurs have a fair chance at setting up their own businesses.
eCommerce in India has attained a lot with the growth of technology and it acts as a strategic factor with the internationalization, shopping experience, mobile-oriented design and social integration.
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