Girls who code: Meet Riddhi Mittal, who is using tech to combat coronavirus
After working with the likes of Facebook and Microsoft, Riddhi Mittal founded a fintech startup, and is now using technology to combat coronavirus.
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Rahul Gupta of Project StepOne
Project StepOne brings together 21 startups, over 6,000 volunteer doctors, and active citizenry to power state government helpline numbers and fight COVID-19.
Aditi Talwar and Piyush Sahni, co-founders of Green Grapes Devices
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Tanuj Shori explained how several offline steps in the proptech market got digitised within a day amid the coronavirus lockdown, boosting business for the startup.