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Antler aims to invest in up to 40 startups within its first year in India and to build more than 150 startups in the next four years. Initially, the plan will begin with Bangalore and, further will expand to other major cities in the next 3 to 5 years. Rajiv Srivatsa, co-founder of Urban Ladder, is joining Antler as Partner and will lead the Indian operations.
Check out six listed reasons why Indians choose not to become entrepreneurs.
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.
What are the best startups in India to join currently, and why?
72% of India's population actually resides in the rural areas which are why exploring this market is a wonderful idea.
We came up with a list of college dropouts turned entrepreneurs from the Indian startup ecosystem who have taken the country by storm.
It was only the determination and courage of this 16-year-old boy which has today given him a larger than life image.
This online artist search and discovery tool aims to quest your search for the best artist for any kind of event.
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.
In the wake of the hour, CabME, a homegrown cab service startup, is all set to create waves in the Indian travelling domain.
Creative startups from India that are courageous and innovative in their work.
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.
There are a lot of successful Indian entrepreneurs who are actually college dropouts and could make it big only because of their zeal to succeed.
The new DIPP is serious when he takes the initiative of encouraging the budding startups in the country.
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.
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.
Lendingkart recently raised 205 crores; 128 crores was raised as equity and 77 crores as debt.
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