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Deep discounts not a viable business model for start-ups, says Raghuram Rajan
Business

Deep discounts not a viable business model for start-ups, says Raghuram Rajan

Many of the start-ups depend on capital injections from venture capital funds and some have also closed down.

Twitter Seva: Experts say effective implementation crucial for its success
Business

Twitter Seva: Experts say effective implementation crucial for its success

There would be a lot of trolling and misuse just like it happens with online platforms and the government should learn to curb the negative factors and focus on nurturing the group of people who are really interested and who need help.

Indian startups: Is there a fund crunch? Experts decode who qualifies for funds now
Business

Indian startups: Is there a fund crunch? Experts decode who qualifies for funds now

Year 2015 was considered a hot year with regard to funding for startups, but the winds are cooler in 2016, so far.

Why do most start-ups fail to successfully scale up? Five reasons where founders are going wrong
Business

Why do most start-ups fail to successfully scale up? Five reasons where founders are going wrong

The biggest reason that bulk of them fail at doing so is because their founders fail them.

Economic Survey: Arun Jaitley hints at selling unwanted PSU assets to recapitalise state banks
Business

Economic Survey: Arun Jaitley hints at selling unwanted PSU assets to recapitalise state banks

Ahead of the Union Budget on Monday, the survey termed external environment as challenging but projected a 7-7.5 percent GDP growth rate in the next fiscal

CouponDunia.in unfazed by competition, focus now on mobile traffic, says founder and CEO, Sameer Parwani
Business

CouponDunia.in unfazed by competition, focus now on mobile traffic, says founder and CEO, Sameer Parwani

Competition is rife in the sector with at least eight to nine sites chosen by consumers for its popularity and deals offered.

Viacom18 and StartUpIndia join hands to encourage start-ups
Business

Viacom18 and StartUpIndia join hands to encourage start-ups

he program will be delivered through interactive content on television, web, mobile and social media and will have personal and informal interactions with start-up experts and investors.

Ratan Tata, California University join hands for long-term investments in India's start-ups, new companies
Business

Ratan Tata, California University join hands for long-term investments in India's start-ups, new companies

Tata also said young people coming from US universities and some of them from the University of California, can work together for cementing ties involving high, low and new technologies

How to start up: Check out Harsh Mariwala's mantras on entrepreneurship
Business

How to start up: Check out Harsh Mariwala's mantras on entrepreneurship

Mariwala shared his mantras on entrepreneurship and what would-be entrepreneurs should be careful about.

Indian start-ups at risk as investors close taps, PM Modi's Rs 10000 cr fund falls short
Business

Indian start-ups at risk as investors close taps, PM Modi's Rs 10000 cr fund falls short

According to a new report by CB Insights and KPMG, venture capital investments in India's start-ups nearly halved to $1.5 billion in fourth-quarter 2015 from July-September

'Solve India's problems': Modi launches Rs 100 billion fund, generous tax breaks for Indian start-ups
Business

'Solve India's problems': Modi launches Rs 100 billion fund, generous tax breaks for Indian start-ups

For the bio-tech sector, Modi announced 5 new bio-clusters, 50 incubators and 150 technology transfer offices

Start-ups can create 3-4 times more jobs than listed companies, says Infosys' Murthy
Business

Start-ups can create 3-4 times more jobs than listed companies, says Infosys' Murthy

Murthy said Infosys itself was a start-up company, and has generated 1.70 lakh "good jobs" for youngsters in the country

Before revitalising PPP model, Kelkar committee can re-look Swiss Challenge model to boost smaller infra projects
Business

Before revitalising PPP model, Kelkar committee can re-look Swiss Challenge model to boost smaller infra projects

There is no reason youngsters and experienced alike should not be encouraged to do their mite for infrastructure building

This year, Ratan Tata, Narayana Murthy, Alibaba among others pump in $8.4 bn in start-ups
Business

This year, Ratan Tata, Narayana Murthy, Alibaba among others pump in $8.4 bn in start-ups

As many as 936 deals worth over $8.4 billion have been inked this year - up from 304 deals worth $5 billion that took place in 2014

India's e-commerce space may see a shake-up in 2 years: T V Mohandas Pai
Business

India's e-commerce space may see a shake-up in 2 years: T V Mohandas Pai

Slamming huge discounts and cashback offers from e-commerce players as "subsidies", Chairman of Manipal Global Education T V Mohandas Pai has said the industry may see a shakeout in the next two years, or "even earlier".

Lack of planning, workload problems could affect start-ups, says study
Business

Lack of planning, workload problems could affect start-ups, says study

According to the study by Greyhound Research commissioned by technology firm EMC India, technology is helping start-ups deliver unique and personalised experiences compared to mid and large-sized enterprises.

India's thriving start-ups do not have enough angel investors: Nasscom
Business

India's thriving start-ups do not have enough angel investors: Nasscom

A recent report by Nasscom had said that India ranks third among global startup ecosystems with more than 4,200 new-age companies

Progress Software to select five teams for incubator program, calls for entries
Business

Progress Software to select five teams for incubator program, calls for entries

Progress senior leadership will then select five teams with the most innovative business app ideas to take part in the six-month program, starting November 1, 2015.

Login, pay, eat: Five online food startups in Bengaluru delivering restaurant-like food at your doorstep
Life

Login, pay, eat: Five online food startups in Bengaluru delivering restaurant-like food at your doorstep

A few kind folks in Bengaluru are making life a little bit easier by starting food delivery services that make sure that you eat healthy and eat right.

Global Mobile Vision: A look at some exciting South Korean startups
News & Analysis

Global Mobile Vision: A look at some exciting South Korean startups

Technology knows no boundaries. If start-ups in the Silicon Valley can get our attention, then any corner of the world could be exciting. It all depends on the idea.