BYJU’S founders on the rise of edtech amid COVID-19
On Money Matters with Shradha Sharma,co-founders Byju Raveendran and Divya Gokulnath share insights on building a slow, scalable, and profitable decacorn.
Even as coronavirus cases and deaths continue to rise, Indians seem to be slowly distancing themselves from the topic. At least, as far as Googlesearch goes.
Infosys Co-founder and former CEO Kris Gopalakrishnan believes that coronavirus hasn’t changed prospects for Indian startups, which remain as lucrative as ever.
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Jio Platforms has raised Rs 97,885.65 crore from leading global investors including Facebook, Silver Lake, General Atlantic in less than seven weeks.
Reeling under the impact of coronavirus and the consequent lockdown, digitisation has emerged as the key to the survival of India’s automotive industry.
26-year-old Deane De Menezes.
Deane De Menezes quit her corporate job to start an NGO, Red is the New Green, to tackle the social stigma attached to menstruation.
(L-R) Sonal and Vedika Tibrewal, Founders of Scoopski
Kolkata-based Scoopski makes edible cookie dough that can be consumed straight from the jar, baked into cookies, or used as a topping.
Suhani Mohan and Kartik Mehta, co-founders, Saral Designs. Credit: LinkedIn
Saral Designs, which designed machines for decentralised production of sanitary napkins, has repurposed one of its variants to produce masks to fight coronavirus.