Why these VCs want to focus on India's gaming sector; Western Digital's plans to tap into deep tech startups
Lumikai Fund, launched by Justin Shriram Keeling and Salone Sehgal, aims to be the first source of institutional capital for early-stage gaming and interactive media startups in India.
Western Digital executives (from left): Supria Dhanda, Vice President and Country Manager, India; Guruswamy Ganesh, Senior Vice President - Data Storage Products Group, and Siva Sivaram, President - Technology and Strategy
US-based top data storage tech company Western Digital has launched Data Innovation Bazaar to tap into the opportunities that India’s deep tech startups present.
Thinkerbell Labs previously known as Project Mudra began its journey as an independent research project by the co-founders at BITS Pilani Goa. Credit: Thinkerbell Labs
Thinkerbell Labs has developed Chakravyuh, a new product that takes body temperature data at citizen touchpoints, analyses and predicts spread patterns, and collects metadata.
Karan Mohla, Executive Director at Chiratae Ventures
Karan Mohla, Partner, Chiratae Ventures, talks about different factors founders and entrepreneurs need to keep in mind while pitching to an investor.
Nextbillionai founders: Gaurav Bubna (left) and Ajay Bulusu
Nextbillionai is reworking maps technology to provide solutions for the logistics, ride-hailing, fleet management, ecommerce, delivery, and autonomous driving industries.
Rapid Delivery team, image by Rapid Delivery
Logistics startup Rapid Delivery seamlessly integrates supply chain processes and reduces non-delivery ratio, delivering end-to-end courier solutions to ecommerce players.
17-year-old Mehul Kumut.
Mehul Kumat, a class 12 student from Udaipur, is attempting to restore the ecological community around Udaipur through his NGO Kritaash.