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Meet the 26 Indian tech startups who successfully pitched at NASSCOM’s Japan VC network

For decades, India and Japan, the two Asian countries with a growing pool of startups, are known to have shared friendly bilateral relations; something that has, in turn, even shaped…

Q3 sees highest startup fundraising in 2019 at $2.5 billion

MUMBAI : Indian startups raised a record $2.5 billion in capital in the third quarter of calendar year 2019, the highest in any quarter this year, as a number…

For Indian early-stage startups, hiring can be as hard as ‘finding a breakfast place on the highway’

The 25 young companies that featured in LinkedIn’s list of top startups in India this year collectively created around 18,000 jobs in 2018 and are expected to create…

Gig-a-bytes: these 5 startups are helping freelancers with end-to-end solutions

Many in the creative field aver that they get more done on the days they work from home. The reasons – less travel time and a comfortable environment….

How a group of startups aim to bring people closer, offline

When Aditya Cherukumudi, 26, moved back to Bengaluru last April from the US, he faced an unfamiliar situation in the city he had always called home. Nearly all…

These foodtech startups are changing the way you eat

You cannot live without food. Not just for basic sustenance but food you like, food that oozes nostalgia, food that makes you happy, and more. Food can sometimes…

Indian startups need global growth-stage players to scale, says GGV Capital’s Hans Tung

BENGALURU: While early-stage investments continue to be competitive, Indian startups need more overseas growth-stage capital to build global businesses, Hans Tung, managing partner at GGV Capital, said. GGV Capital is a $6.2-billion global…

How IndiaTech paves the way for Indian startups registered abroad to come home

What is the one similarity between Flipkart, InMobi, Capillary Technologies, Milaap, and Grofers? They are all startups registered in Singapore, despite having founders, employees, permanent offices, and operations…

[Startup Bharat] These 5 startups from Indore prove why the city is an entrepreneur’s delight

Indore, known as the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh and a centre for manufacturing, is now emerging as a startup hub. The State government has also taken many…

Love dogs & cats? These 5 pet startups show how to mix business with pleasure

It’s a niche sector that purrs robustly at $1.22 billion, with an annual growth of over 35 percent according to a recent media report. The India pet care industry has skyrocketed with…