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Yesterday was World Water Day - an annual observance day on 22 March to highlight the importance of freshwater. As Water is an essential building block of life, it is more than just essential to quench thirst or protect health and is also vital for creating jobs and supporting...

Industry veteran and former Infosys director TV Mohandas Pai has made a crucial statement concerning Indian startup ecosystem, as he said that 60% of startups in India may fail owing to lack of market and other factors. He, however, also added that all startups have bright...

Atomberg Technologies, a multi-award winning startup launched by IIT-Bombay alumni, has created an innovative distribution channel to distribute their flagship fans in Mumbai. These fans, which go by the name “Gorilla Fans” are based on the state-of-the-art Brushless DC technology that is more energy efficient than even the five-star...

India will have one lakh startups by 2025, employing 3.25 million people, Manipal Global Education Chairman T V Mohan Das Pai said on the sidelines of Tech Conclave organized by National Stock Exchange (NSE). He further said startup ecosystem will facilitate creating US$10 trillion economy in India by 2030. Besides,...

As part of its commitment to building the future of commerce, Mastercard recently announced the group of companies selected to matriculate into the Mastercard Start Path Global 2017 wave. Out of the 11 startups selected, Zeta - the fintech startup to revolutionise employee tax benefits in India is the...

Most companies (98%) in the world, including tech startups, should be very profit focused. Being profitable allows you degrees of freedom you don’t have when you rely upon other people’s money such as an angel investors or venture capitalists. For Investment, even angel investors pick startups that take at least...

The impacts of indoor air pollution on human health is much higher when compared to the impacts caused by outdoor air pollution. Sources say that nearly 3.5 million premature deaths occur every year due to indoor air pollution. BreatheFresh, a Delhi-based start-up working in the areas of...

As on 1st December 2017, a total of 5,350 startups have been recognised by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) for availing benefits under the Startup India initiative, said commerce and industry ministry. Additionally, others brief report card and milestones of Start-Up India Initiative launched in 2014 by...

US based incubator Nexus has selected four Indian startups for nurturing and scaling up their business. "We have selected four Indian start-ups for incubation -- CleanLife, White Cub, RoadBounce and VCP. We will now work with them to provide them resources they need to scale up their business. "For some it...

India has added nearly 1000 technology startups in the first half of 2017 of which healthcare technology and financial technology companies have lapped up the maximum funding in the past one year. As per a NASSCOM report, 'Indian Start-up Ecosystem - Traversing the maturity cycle', the total number of startups...