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Back to the roots: these fashion startups are breathing fresh life into Indian ethnic wear market

Ethnic wear is a part of every Indian woman’s wardrobe. From apparel and jewellery to footwear and accessories, the Indian ethnic wear market is also seeing tremendous growth,…

Indian startups cheer differential voting rights

Indian startups have welcomed markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India’s (Sebi’s) approval for issuance of shares with differential voting rights (DVRs), although clarity is awaited on the sunset clause for…

Why industrial giant ABB is betting on Indian tech startups for a win-win relationship

It’s an old hand, but Swiss-Swedish MNC Asea Brown Boveri (ABB) is embracing the new. The Fortune 500 company, which operates mainly in the areas of robotics, power, heavy electrical…

Funding in Indian startups this week (03 June-08 June)

This week 18 Indian startups received funding, of which 15 received a total sum of about $164 million. Among them, Biz2Credit raised the highest funding of about $52…

Path to profitability dominates Indian startups as profitable exits become more frequent

Startup hotspots around the world enjoy certain reputations. Israel is known for deep tech in all kinds of applications. Silicon Valley can throw up world-conquering tech and social…

Funding in Indian startups this week (13 May-18 May)

This week 12 Indian startups received funding, of which 9 received a total sum of about $258 million. Among them, Grofers raised the highest funding of about $200…

Sequoia picks 8 Indian startups in first cohort for ‘Surge’ accelerator program

Three months after announcing its first early-stage accelerator program Surge, the venture capital firm Sequoia India has finally picked up the first cohort of startups. Eight Indian startups,…

Meet The 8 Indian Startups From First Cohort Of Sequoia Surge

The Venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, after two months of announcing its startup accelerator and incubation programme Surge, has released the list of 17 startups selected in the first cohort,…

Purposeful innovation: How startups are solving challenges plaguing Indian healthcare

India is poised to be the world’s third largest economy by 2030, according to Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg. While India has witnessed strong economic growth in recent years,…

View: Draft e-commerce policy will wreak havoc on Indian startups

On March 4, the US government announced that India would no longer be entitled to benefits under the Generalised System of Preferences programme, which allowed many Indian goods…