Straight talk with Zoom COO Aparna Bawa; The new normal in the workplace
Aparna Bawa, COO of Zoom, and Abe Smith, Head of International Markets of Zoom, on how and why Zoom became the most talked-about brand around the world.
The ‘new normal’ has brought in opportunities for startups to leverage technology and come up with products that increase efficiency and rethink workspaces.
COVID-19 has impacted our daily chai as well. The harvesting of first flush tea or spring tea coincided with the nationwide lockdown, causing a loss in crop production.
Started on WhatsApp, Jaipur-based DealShare is a social commerce-based deals platform that provides discounts on grocery and other daily use items.
Started in Gurugram in 2008 by Tarun Kumar Bansal and Anant Kataria, Sagacious IP is making Indian SMEs globally competitive by creating impact across their IP life-cycle.
With $1 million in revenue, edtech startup Suraasa is making teacher education accessible, and providing lifecycle management for better employment opportunities.
These robots by Indian startups are helping minimise human intervention and paving the way for the use of technology in our fight against COVID-19.
Paul Alapat of Acuity Knowledge Partners believes India can leverage its strengths to turn into a major economic hub for the world, which seemed a distant aspiration until now.
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