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Startup investments stay strong despite slowdown

Indian startups continue to see strong capital inflows despite macroeconomic headwinds, including a slump in consumer demand. Startup funding so far this year has risen to a record level, surpassing…

These startups are making humans and tech collaborate

The approach is only made better with GAIT Analysis that utilise the video surveillance footage to nab criminals with their distinctive mannerisms of walking. STAQU Empowering the Indian…

Angel tax breather: Startups issued assessment order even before Feb 19 exempted from levy

The Income Tax (I-T) Department has exempted start-ups from paying angel tax even if the assessment was made before February 19. Earlier, this relaxation was given to start-ups…

Startups get a breather! Tax authority eases norms for pending angel tax assessments

Following through on Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Budget promises to resolve issues plaguing startups, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has issued a circular relaxing its assessment…

Betting on early and helping startups grow is investment thesis for Mayank Khanduja of SAIF Partners

In 2011, the Indian startup ecosystem was still taking its baby steps with new ventures like Flipkart, Snapdeal, Ola, and Paytm. And even the venture capital industry was at its nascent stage…

This accelerator ties its fortunes to SaaS startups

Three-year-old iZooto is celebrating. The software-as-a-service (SaaS) startup, which powers e-commerce companies with web push notifications, has crossed $1 million in annual recurring revenue (ARR) despite having under…

Behind the rise of deep tech healthcare startups in Bengaluru

There’s a slew of venture capital (VC)-backed cancer-related tech startups coming up in India’s biotech hub, Bengaluru. Zumutor Biologics INC has built antibody libraries to develop novel immunotherapy…

These five agritech startups help farmers grow better and healthier produce

Agriculture is the backbone of the country. With over 70 percent Indian households still dependant on farming, the sector holds a huge potential for agritech startups. Today, a farmer rarely…

GoWork to launch acceleration programme for startups in September

Co-working operator GoWork is all set to unveil an acceleration cum incubation programme, GoConnect, designed exclusively for startups across varied sectors. Launching in September, it will invite startups from India and abroad to join the programme…

These 5 startups are on a mission to make our planet greener

Plastic was seen as a path-breaking innovation when Alexander Parkes, its inventor, exhibited Parkesine, the first man-made plastic, at the Great International Exhibition in London in 1862. More than a…