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Product e-Commerce Sector To Grow Ten-fold By 2020 #Press #Media @aiai_india

Arindam Mukherjee, Vertical Head – Banking & Financial Services, Cisco Systems said that he expects the e-commerce industry in India to rise from $4.5 bn today to $45 bn in next 4-5 years. e-Commerce would revolutionize the way small and medium enterprises (SMEs) do business in the next two-three years on the back of strong government policy thrust and rising internet and mobile penetration.

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Yu Vs Everyone Else #Press #Media @BT_India @Micromax_Mobile

On the afternoon of January 13, YU Televentures began selling its first smartphone – Yureka – on online retailer Amazon’s India site. The phone was showcased almost three weeks earlier, and the Micromax unit had been heavily advertising the device. It had received 300,000 registrations for the 10,000 handsets on offer. The sale got over in three seconds and the site crashed due to heavy traffic.

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Twitter’s acquisition of ZipDial: Good times are ahead for Indian startups #Press #Media @firstpostin @twitter @zipdial

How cool is it to take the indigenous idea of a small, humble, cost effective and convenient missed call, turn it into a business and make a hefty profit out of it. And then get snapped up by one of the biggest social networking sites around.

This is exactly what ZipDial achieved. Coming into prominence with its implementation of missed calls for user verification, alerts and other uses, Bangalore-based mobile and analytics company ZipDial has engaged nearly 60 million users with hundreds of marketer clients. Enough for Twitter to sit up and take notice and seal a deal pegged at $30 to $40 million.

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Desi startups : dont Look now, but global biggies are checking you out #Press #Media @intweetz @twitter @zipdial

How cool is it to take the indigenous idea of a small, humble, cost effective and convenient missed call, turn it into a business and make a hefty profit out of it. And all this while being snapped up by one of the biggest social networking sites. This is exactly what ZipDial achieved today.

Coming into prominence with its implementation of missed calls for user verification, alerts and other use cases, Bangalore-based mobile and analytics company ZipDial has engaged nearly 60 million users with hundreds of marketer clients. Enough for Twitter to sit up and take notice and seal the deal pegged at $30 to $40 million.

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Desi startups: Don’t look now, but global biggies are checking you out #Press #Media @firstpostin @zipdial @twitter

How cool is it to take the indigenous idea of a small, humble, cost effective and convenient missed call, turn it into a business and make a hefty profit out of it. And all this while being snapped up by one of the biggest social networking sites. This is exactly what ZipDial achieved today.

Coming into prominence with its implementation of missed calls for user verification, alerts and other use cases, Bangalore-based mobile and analytics company ZipDial has engaged nearly 60 million users with hundreds of marketer clients. Enough for Twitter to sit up and take notice and seal the deal pegged at $30 to $40 million.

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