Why Sudha Murty believes social entrepreneurship is the need of the hour

In an exclusive interaction, Sudha Murty says social entrepreneurship is the need of the hour and innovation should create inclusive, cost-effective, and sustainable solutions.

21st Feb 2020
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Sudha Murty on inclusive and sustainable innovations

Sudha Murty

In an exclusive interaction, Sudha Murty says social entrepreneurship is the need of the hour and innovation should create inclusive, cost-effective, and sustainable solutions.



A WhatsApp chatbot for your coronavirus queries


Coronavirus

The WhatsApp chatbot by Haptik uses AI to provide all the self-explanatory messages on coronavirus, creating awareness and dispelling the myths around the virus.



How Woodland became a Rs 1,250Cr brand

Woodland

Harkirat Singh, Managing Director, Woodland

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This startup focusses on safety with self-defence

Xboom

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Top B2B SaaS startups from Kerala

Kerala SAAS

As startups in foodtech, medtech, fintech, and hardware sectors have gained popularity in God’s own country, of late, SaaS startups have also risen to prominence.



Meet personal finance startup Kuvera

Kuvera Founders

Kuvera claims to be India's second-largest personal finance and wealth management startup after Zerodha. It also competes with Paytm Money, ETMoney, and others.



Why Indian startups shouldn't be inspired by Silicon Valley

Anand Lunia

In this episode of 100X Entrepreneur podcast, Anand Lunia of IndiaQuotient talks about the Indian middle-class consumer and how startups can build for them.



A machine to improve food production

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Santosh Kumar and Ayush Nigam

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