The 24 winners of AatmaNirbhar Bharat App Innovation Challenge; Sequoia's Doug Leone on Indian startups and more
The AatmaNirbhar Bharat App Innovation Challenge, launched by PM Narendra Modi, announced 24 winners in nine categories, following a day-long LIVE hackathon.
Sequoia Capital Global Managing Director Doug Leone (Image credit: Sequoia)
Sequoia Capital's Doug Leone says India should continue to blur borders and Indian startups should keep evaluating expansion opportunities, even during the COVID-19 crisis.
Kashyap A Chanchani, Managing Partner, The RainMaker Group (TRMG)
Kashyap A Chanchani, Managing Partner,, said that the funds available for startups at this time is almost one-fourth of the funds available last year.
Tapan Singhel, CEO of Bajaj Allianz General Insurance, shares why it is important to be empathetic in the insurance sector, especially during a crisis.
Dodo Drop enables file sharing such as audio, video, images, and even texts between two devices without internet at a much higher speed.
Developed by a 17-year-old teenager from Jammu and Kashmir, Dodo Drop aims to fill the gap left by SHAREit, which was banned by the government.
The fintech industry has laid a strong foundation in the country, and now newer business models and use cases are emerging, which will only strengthen the segment.
Shubham Agarwal and Vikram Vijay, Co-founders of BharatClass | Image Credits: Team BharatClass
enables teachers and coaching centres to set up virtual institutions, providing them with tools like live class management.
Prione MD, Sandeep V
, a joint venture between Amazon and NR Narayana Murthy’s family office, Catamaran Ventures, aims to tap one million SMBs by 2030.