India's decision to ban 59 Chinese apps has been hailed as a 'revolution' for homegrown tech companies. Here are some Indian apps with no Chinese investments.
PM Narendra Modi said the decision was taken in view of the forthcoming festive season even as he cautioned the citizens not to let their guard down against coronavirus.
For Indian tech startups, the government’s move to ban Chinese apps is the revolution they had been waiting for, and see this as the boost they need to grow.
Many are lauding India's ban on Chinese apps, considering it as an opportunity for homegrown apps, and a massive step towards the PM’s war cry of “Vocal for Local.”
TikTok found its largest market in India, with a truly democratic social media platform. All that stands to change with the government's ban on Chinese apps.
Here is a roundup of reactions by Indian business leaders and tech startups on the Indian government’s move to ban 59 Chinese apps.
Mumbai-based Rainmaker Ventures is turning ‘cautious’ in a post-pandemic world. It is also scouting for investment opportunities in Southeast Asia and the UAE.
Neeraj Singh, CTO and Co-founder, speaks about his journey, from the supply chain domain to , and starting up in the fintech field.