Ratan Tata joins Instagram; Inside story of Snapdeal turnaround
Business tycoons on social media are not new but not many make a buzz like business tycoon Ratan Tata.
With "I made it to the Gram" in his bio and a cheeky caption in arm, he promised to exchange stories after a 'long absence from public life'. Ratan Tata's Instagram debut made a lot of people very happy and one fan even said that this was 'the best Diwali gift' of 2019!
Well, we're looking forward to more cheeky captions and perhaps an internet-breaking post. What about you?
The main protagonists of Snapdeal’s success story – Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal unveil the behind-the-scene story of navigating the battleground of Indian ecommerce, the critical lessons on thriving in the high transaction velocity market, building a lean and focused business, and responding to the specific habits of the local consumers.
Hibiscus Monkey offers a range of self-care products that are deep rooted in Indian tradition and curated from all-natural, chemical-free ingredients.
Following a complaint from the Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI), the watchdog looked into various aspects of OYO and MMT-Go businesses and concluded that "prima-facie" there are violations of competition law.
Jimmy Donaldson (Image: Dexerto.com)
YouTuber MrBeast has raised $6 million from across the globe already. According to him, for each dollar donated, a tree will be planted on barren land.
Zerodha, Kaleyra, SQUATS, and E&E Solutions, which work across a diverse range of segments, all have one thing in common – with small beginnings and internally-sourced funds, these startups have registered whopping numbers in just a few years of operations and look set to scale.
Indian MSMEs often faces a financial crunch. While there are banks that help businesses get capital, the number of restrictions and formalities make it difficult for SMEs to access finance. These 10 platforms help small and medium businesses get easy finance with minimum documentation.
Shivram Choudhary, teaching a young girl how to code
Founded in 2017, Jaipur-based edtech startup Codevidhya is collaborating with schools across India to teach children aged 5-16 years a skill that's mandatory for the future: coding.