Union Minister sparks hope about much-awaited ecommerce policy; Watch arthouse classics with MUBI

24th Nov 2018
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After much back and forth, Union Commerce and Industry Minister, Suresh Prabhu said that the Centre will soon be rolling out a new ecommerce policy. Expected to favour both companies and consumers, the policy will come with a special highlight on domestic ecommerce. While the government reworks on the proposed draft, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has been pushing for an exclusive marketplace portal for themselves.

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Tired of commercial movies? Get MUBI for arthouse classics

There’s a new movie-streaming app in town and it’s rather unique. Move over Netflix, Hotstar and Amazon Prime Video, MUBI is here! In October, this European streaming service, which offers a handpicked selection of 30 arthouse classics every month, debuted at the Mumbai Film Festival. Using MUBI, movie lovers with an appetite for world cinema can now choose from a wide range of carefully selected movies at just Rs 500/month subscription fee.


November funding finally shows some signs of life

After a mostly slow month, this week was marginally better in terms for raising funding for the Indian startup ecosystem. Startups raised a total of $65.67 million in equity funding across nine deals, up from last week's $15 million. In addition, startups also raised a total of $12 million in debt funding across two deals.


2018 proves that AR/VR is here to stay

Are new-age technologies like augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) enter sectors like retail and real estate? The answer to that is a resounding yes, proven by the industry trends and market reports in 2018. From letting enterprises to augment retail trials to creating life-like experiences for customers, AR/VR is gradually seeping into the mainstream.

Image: By OyundariZorigtbaatar (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Bridge Impact making CSR transparent with technology

With the goal of eliminating traditional and cumbersome methods of CSR management, Bridge Impact is using technology-driven approach to make it easier for corporates. Founded by Sonal Chopra, a King’s College graduate, the platform involves a web and mobile interface that lets corporates monitor any CSR project they have contributed to, in real time.

Sonal Chopra founder of Bridge Impact

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