Story of the Kanpur boy who built two unicorns; How Mswipe survived COVID-19
After having established India’s first unicorn InMobi, Kanpur boy and startup veteran Naveen Tewari has done it again with Glance.
In this week's Product Roadmap, we feature fintech startup Mswipe that processes $5 billion in payments annually with 1.4 million points.
Pankaj Makkar, MD, Bertelsmann India Investments, tells YourStory about the trends that will dominate Indian edtech in 2021.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages to rethink its business operations. Swiggy and Dunzo were its solutions.
OYO CEO for India and South Asia Rohit Kapoor says focusing on tech and the customer will make 2021 the year of a resurgent OYO.
Mehr Sohal, a 16-year-old student from Bengaluru, has launched The Joyful Peach, that aims to spread positivity among Generation Z.
Skyislimit Technologies builds products like Salesfokuz and Fokuz to simplify team management, communications, and sales.
New York City-headquartered Women’s World Banking is helping over 22 million women clients in India achieve financial independence.