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Indibni is actually a very interesting word. It is an ambigram (mirror image) of the word ‘indi’. The Founders of Indibni, however, have wrapped an India story around it. The three ‘i’s stand for India, Innovation and Individuality. The mission of the company is tethered to the idea of Design for Life. Indibni is a […]
16 Jul 2015
Ever heard of killing three birds with one stone? By bundling Ezetap, mSwipe like payment device with BillDesk type of utility payment, along with Payback.in’s loyalty program, ePaisa is attempting just that. ePaisa was founded in 2012 with a core group of three people, including Siddharth Arora, Ramandeep Chadha & Akash Arora. Siddhart studied finance […]
09 Dec 2014
In the ‘shrinking’ houses that get sold in cities, storage becomes a real problem when we have things in excess. In most cases we end up putting things in make-shift bags till the clothes or other items go back to their rightful place. Such make-shift storage interferes with the organised look of the house. Modern retail does […]
23 Jul 2014
Loyalty programs as a concept is still finding its footing in India. While Indian retailers are yet not completely convinced of the idea, internationally most retailers have a well-oiled loyalty program. In India, Shoppers Stop which has been one of the earliest adopter of such a program, and today is reaping the benefit of their […]
15 Aug 2013
The Indian government, the private sector and non profits are each involved in the Indian artifacts sector but their roles have evolved in silos, with little specialization and much duplication. Since independence, the Indian government has created a number of institutions, schemes and welfare programs for the crafts sector. However, on a policy level there has been no concerted and cohesive effort to address the challenges faced by the crafts ecosystem.
20 Jun 2013