Why startups are spending big in IPL 2020; How a startup turned profitable within a year
With IPL 2020 a week away, here’s why startups are putting in big sponsorship money when they could extend their cash reserves.
Baskar Subramanian, Co-founder of Amagi Corporation, talks about his journey as an entrepreneur and founding a fast-paced startup.
Bikayi co-founders Sonakshi Nathani & Ashutosh Singla (L-R)
Hyderabad-based WhatsApp-integrated merchant ecommerce startup Bikayi turned profitable and raised $2 million funding within a year.
Founders of Finstreet
Finstreet is a coaching platform that aims to increase financial literacy through services including online classes and workshops.
Zealth.ai co-founders Monika Mehta and Dheeraj Mundhra met at an accelerator programme in Singapore earlier this year. Realising their common interest in the Indian healthcare sector, the duo launched the healthtech startup. [Image Credit: Zealth.ai]
Zealth.ai’s core product CareShare is helping hospitals monitor COVID-19 patients in home isolation and get emergency support.
These women entrepreneurs’ startups are providing eco-friendly, sustainable and innovative alternatives for daily items.
Dr. GP Gururaj, a consultant psychiatrist.
SocialStory spoke to Dr GP Gururaj to discuss the root causes of suicides in India and the efforts that can be taken to prevent it.
Essentia Environments has designed and furnished over 1,000 properties across India and the Middle East in the past two decades.