2018 Was The Year India’s Startups Decided To Go Global

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Swiggy Is Raising $1 Billion In The Largest Ever Funding Round By An Indian Food-Tech Startup

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India’s Gig-Economy Apps Are Fighting The Monsters They Made

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MobiKwik Stops Cashback To Start Loyalty Programme, Reduce Burn By 25%

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After Google, Uber Launched UberEats In India

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Bored Of Zomato, Foodpanda? UberEATS Launched In India

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Uber Bites Into Tough-Nut-To-Crack Food Delivery Market

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Here’s The Scary Truth: Almost Every Major Indian Startup Has Made The Same Mistakes As Snapdeal

India’s bustling startup ecosystem is in a state of hysteria as e-commerce major Snapdeal implodes. “I believe other startups will follow suit and by March more layoffs will be announced in other firms. There isn’t any choice. Companies will have…

With UberEATS, Is Uber Biting Off More Than It Can Chew?

Online food delivery is a tricky space for Indian startups, what with intense competition, wafer-thin margins and a funding drought that shows no signs of a let-up. So it was a bit of a surprise when San Francisco-based Uber, the…

“Snapdeal is well-positioned to turn profitable in the next 2-3 years”- Kunal Bahl, CEO

Snapdeal recently expanded their e-commerce marketplace to include more service offerings through a ‘one-of-a-kind partnership’ with Zomato, Cleartrip, UrbanClap, and redBus. Now in a recent interview with Livemint, Kunal Bahl, CEO, Snapdeal, said that the company is now focusing on…

LinkedIn sets sights on Indian start-ups

US-based social networking company LinkedIn is looking at buying Indian start-ups, has tweaked its India portal and with its new 800 seater office in Bengaluru, as it seeks to build on its India presence. India is currently the second biggest market…

The Life Of A Startup After A Devaluation

India’s biggest technology startups are finally getting a taste of devaluation. For the last couple of years, India was flooded with venture capital money, which helped several tech companies become unicorns—startups valued at over $1 billion. But now, some of…

The Real Reasons Behind Indian Startups Shutting Down

In April, on-demand grocery delivery service PepperTap shut shop. Recently, online beauty services provider Amber Wellness, which was operating in Bangalore, New Delhi and Mumbai, closed down. But these are not isolated cases. In 2015, around 13 startups closed operations.…

With a million sales, mobility security company Airwatch gains traction

VMware’s mobility security company Airwatch has sold over a million licenses in India in a little over a year of operations, and is being looked at as a serious name in the mobile device management space in India. According to…

GoDaddy expands domain of web naming business

GoDaddy, Scottsdale, Arizona-based registrar of Internet names, has a made a name for itself in the Indian market with rates as low as Rs 59 per month, notching up over a million customers and stealing well-known newage internet clients away from competitors.…

GoDaddy expands domain of web naming business

GoDaddy, Scottsdale, Arizona-based registrar of Internet names, has a made a name for itself in the Indian market with rates as low as Rs 59 per month, notching up over a million customers and stealing well-known newage internet clients away from competitors.…