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Due to the ongoing pandemic, many have been prompted by job loss and reverse migration. To cope up with the loss, many of blue-and-grey collared workers have started their own business in tier II and tier III cities.
According to the 'The Global Startup Ecosystem Report 2020' by Startup Genome, Bengaluru becomes the first Indian city listed in the world's top 30 startup ecosystems.
Check out six listed reasons why Indians choose not to become entrepreneurs.
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.
What are the best startups in India to join currently, and why?
Because of lack of experience or financial knowledge, every entrepreneur is bound to make some initial and crucial financial errors.
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.
Run through the list to know more about Startup India schemes.
While 2015 saw launch of three to four startups a day, the second quarter of 2016 witnessed a lot of layoffs and shutdowns.
PM Narendra Modi’s bold move to demonetize 500 and 1,000 currency notes as been a welcome step but may have a short term adverse impact on e-commerce companies and startups.
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.
Creative startups from India that are courageous and innovative in their work.
Sheroes, a career platform for women, has raised Rs 12 crore in a Series A round of funding led by Gurgaon-based investment firm Lumis Partners.
To stay ahead in the e-commerce game and in order to ramp up its services, Flipkart has today launched a curated product guide called Fliptech, to help its customers make informed purchases.
According to a 2015 report by Goldman Sachs, 30% of an Indian e-commerce company’s expenses are towards discounts.
The new DIPP is serious when he takes the initiative of encouraging the budding startups in the country.
Online shopping has become one of the fastest and convenient ways to save time on your shopping activity. A lot of offline stores have...
Delhi-based educational-technology firm Transweb Educational Services Pvt. Ltd has raised its Series A round of funding from 500 Startups, a Silicon Valley-based startup accelerator and early-stage VC fund house.
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