Fintech's 2020 moment. And find out consumer brands' COVID-19 survival secrets
The first six months of 2020 has been a rollercoaster ride for fintech startups and investors. Optimism before COVID-19 has turned into fear.
The panelists tell you how they are keeping their business up during the pandemic
BiryaniByKilo, Isharya, Tinted, EazyDiner, and Sula Vineyards discuss what it means to fight a crisis like the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Technology has played a key role in unprecedented times. But once we overcome the coronavirus pandemic, what does the future look like for India’s education system? [Representational image]
According to a study, India’s online education market is growing at 20 percent annually, and is expected to reach $2 billion in size by 2021.
Started by IITians, DocsApp recently merged with MediBuddy, and aims to make quality healthcare accessible and affordable across India.
Though startup funding momentum has slowed down due to COVID-19, VCs say they are very optimistic about the entrepreneurial energy.
Shreevar Kheruka, Managing Director, Borosil
Mumbai-based family business Borosil diversified to become a consumer lifestyle brand that offers a range of kitchenware and kitchen appliances.
(From L to R clockwise) Divya Gokulnath, co-founder of BYJU’S; Nupur Gupta, co-founder of NIRA; Shivani Poddar and Tanvi Malik, co-founders of High Street Essentials; Aditi Avasthi, Founder of Embibe
Though the global economy has taken a hit, these women entrepreneurs have successfully closed funding deals to expand their businesses.
Working on a B2B SaaS model, StyleDotMe’s MirrAR enables clients such as PCJ and Tanishq to allow customers to virtually try on jewellery.