Digital locker startup ezeDox ran into some hard times when the apex court ruled against Aadhaar being mandatory for KYC authentication by private firms. In this video interview, Co-founder Veerendra Mishra explains how the startup pivoted into B2B SaaS by helping manufacturing firms go paperless.
Launched in 2018 by a team with no experience in real estate or the coworking space, Plus Offices today has two facilities in Gurugram. The startup stands out in an over-crowded market by providing customised office spaces, a mentoring plan, creche services, and a fitness programme.
As Indiaâ€™s healthcare sector grows and attracts investor attention, we take a look at five medtech startups that are harnessing technologies like AI and IoT to provide affordable and quality diagnostic solutions.
Reducing energy consumption, Team GNAN MILITANTS designed a ceiling fan that can alternate between battery and main power circuits, and has a charge that can last over three hours. The team won Rs 50,000 at the Smart India Hackathon
Founded by two IIM-B alumni, Bengaluru-based student accommodation startup MyRoomie offers facilities like surveillance and security, Wi-Fi, dining, gym, yoga, music, indoor games, and doctor and beautician on call.
From exotic Vietnamese Shakerato to La Vie En Rose, Lavender and Rosemary Sea Salt Mocha or a Turkish cappuccino, Third Wave Coffee Roasters has something that will leave you intrigued, and delightfully satiated.
Indore-based Shopkirana has raised $10 million in Series B funding. The B2B ecommerce startup will use the funds to expand its business to 30 Tier II cities in India and hit Rs1,200 crore annual run rate in the next one year.
Six electrical engineering students from Coimbatore presented a solar-powered device at the Smart India Hackathon. The team wants to harness IoT and use sunlight to light up office spaces and reduce the reliance on electric power.
As the conversation around failure and the tough path to success in entrepreneurship picks up, actor Naseeruddin Shah weighs in on his â€˜long, hard struggleâ€™. He says the thought of failure didn't â€˜even occur to me, even though I knew the odds I was battlingâ€™.
This week, we explore the micro-community of coffee lovers in Bengaluru fostered by Third Wave Coffee Roasters, find out things to do in Kenya, and learn how to up our social media game from Indiaâ€™s OG gossip queen Miss Malini.
Keen to solve Bengaluru's perennial traffic problem, Amit Gupta, the Co-founder of mobile marketing platform provider InMobi, founded electric mobilty startup Yulu in 2017, along with friends RK Misra, Naveen Dachuri, and Hemant Gupta.
If you love to cook but donâ€™t want to spend too much time in the kitchen, Being Chef has you sorted. The Gurugram-based startup creates both DIY cooking kits and fully prepared meals for the busy millennial.
The Jio effect may have made new smartphone adopters, especially in Indiaâ€™s hinterlands, more social media-savvy and able to use apps like Facebook and WhatsApp, but they still shy away from seemingly more complex tasks like paying bills or booking tickets online. Well, fret no more!Â Bengaluru-base
After funding fell to $77.5 million last week, Indian startups raised a whopping $329.4 million across 17 deals this week. However, debt funding fell to $10 million, compared to $54.3 million last week. Two mega deals helped the total funding amount cross the $300 million mark.
Retail AI startup SprintAI on Friday said it has raised more than $500,000 from a clutch of angel investors with global enterprise SaaS and retail backgrounds. It will be using most of the funds to hire new talent and build its data science and data engineering team.
Mumbai-based Portflip is a bootstrapped intracity logistics aggregation startup that facilitates truck-booking services. Currently completing 350 orders every month, it is now looking to expand into different cities and seeking dynamic business partners.