How startups can survive the coronavirus business crisis
Venture capitalists say this is the best time to look inward to effect much-needed changes and emerge stronger when this crisis is over.
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Despite PM Modi’s advisory on not laying off or deducting salaries of employees, startups are in a vulnerable position.
Bootstrapped startup INCUBSENCE develops touchless biometric attendance systems, which are in great demand globally after the coronavirus scare.
Inside the Redcliffe Life Sciences Lab
In its first year of operation, Redcliffe Life Sciences has processed over 5,000 samples at its lab, generating revenue worth Rs 10 crore.
Apollo Hospitals has partnered with startups like Zomato and OYO to add 5,000 rooms with telemedicine facilities, food, and supervised beds.
Zoom's remote conferencing software is rising in popularity as COVID-19 forces millions of people to stay indoors and work from home.
Amid the ongoing ventilator crisis, a volunteer-driven initiative is working towards tackling India’s critical shortage of the life-saving machines.
Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani
Reliance Industries has announced donations to central and state government funds for COVID-19 relief.