Clean up, get going, hustle harder - your startup fix to start the week

Clean up, get going, hustle harder - your startup fix to start the week

Monday February 11, 2019,

3 min Read

Love’s in the air, and shouldn’t you, erm, show some to the most important thing in your life? Your computer, not your BAE! The second Monday of February is celebrated as the Clean Out Your Computer Day – time and reason enough to look at, organise, and delete the zillions of things you have on your machine. After all, a clean computer is sure to boost productivity and morale and cut down on stress and negativity. What else do you need to get, set, go?

We suggest you set aside an hour in the am or pm to sort through your computer, inside and outside. Look through all the folders, organise the way they work best for you, and remember that the Delete button is the key to order, sanity, and peace of mind. Don’t forget a physical clean up – getting rid of all the dust and crumbs is sure to put you in the mood to hustle harder.

As Albert Einstein said, “Out of clutter, find simplicity. From discord, find harmony. In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.”

Now that you are raring to go, we provide some food for thought and motivation for the mind in the form of our startup stories.

Everyone knows a sales job ain't easy. But if you want to be Rocket Singh, help is at hand. Hyderabad-based bootstrapped startup Intandemly will help you personalise B2B sales and drive growth. The account-based sales platform enables B2B organisations to target prospective accounts, engage decision-makers, and accelerate marketing and sales pipeline velocity at scale.

The Intandemly team uses the sales platform to break organisational silos. 

From the stone carvings on Konark’s Sun Temple to the exquisite sand art along Puri's beaches, Odias are famous for creating art from literally anything. And taking their art from the state to a global platform is Rakesh Parida, Founder of Thoomri, a global online marketplace for Indian handlooms and handicrafts. In our latest feature in the StartupBharat series, we take a look at why a techie from Odisha quit his job to return home to Bhubaneswar and work with rural artisans.

Team Thoomri  

Across the world, influencer marketing is a $10 billion industry and brands are consistently looking at platforms beyond Facebook for influencers to boost their visibility. If you want your brand to stand out, say hello to Winkl, the influencer marketing platform used by the likes of Flipkart and YLG.

The team at Winkl, which is community-led, unlike other influencer platforms.

One teacher, 40 students. That's the state of most classrooms in India, which makes personalised learning difficult. But edtech platform Vedantu’s new AI-backed tech aims to successfully mimic offline classes in the online world. The tech platform allows students personalised attention and tailor-made content in virtual online classes.

Vedantu's Pulkit Jain, Anand Prakash and Vamsi Krishna have filed for three patents. 

Bengaluru-based car services and repairs solutions firm Pitstop has a presence across Tier I cities in India. Founded by IIT Kanpur graduate Mihir Mohan, the full-stack car service startup is shifting gears to accelerate growth and explore opportunities in Southeast Asia.

Pitstop startup
Team Pitstop lets customers book car repairs and services from the comfort of their homes via an app or website.

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