Here’s your scoop of attention-grabbing headlines from around the Indian startup ecosystem.
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Movement could happen for reasons like acqui-hiring for companies that are running low on cash, classic consolidation among companies playing in a crowded market, plugging gaps in digitization of one’s own company
TagBox Solutions, BlackFrog Technologies, Artelus, Biodesign Innovation Labs, Dozee and Detect Technologies – six startups that have been part of QDIC over the years – have developed interesting solutions to address the multi-faceted challenges brought about by COVID-19.
The platform called XHealth Innovation Lab will reportedly have an initial corpus of $50 million. The two investors have so far given a commitment for 60 per cent of the funding, the report added, quoting a source privy to the development.
The rationale behind the deluge of dollars flooding into billionaire Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Jio Platforms is beginning to become more clear as his e-commerce venture JioMart starts rolling out to more people across India.
Recko, Niyo, SurveySparrow, Yelo, inVOID, Trapyz, NIRA and KredX were the top eight startups of AWS Startup Architecture Challenge 2020. One of these startup will compete in the Global Finale.
Startup investors and industry experts said the criminality of minor offences and non-compliances under the Act was hurting valuations during fundraising and deterring risk-averse local investors from backing companies.
As part of the Rs 20-lakh crore financial package announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the government has announced a number of initiatives to help various sections of the society, including MSMEs, migrant labourers, farmers and entrepreneurs.
- The 2020 edition of the Global Startup Ecosystem Report (GSER) by Startup Genome will include Hyderabad as an emerging tech hub.
- With this recognition, T-Hub aims to leverage its leadership in the space of building an innovation ecosystem and supporting other ecosystems globally.
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PM Modi, who has described stopping the coronavirus disease from spreading to rural areas as the big challenge, said social distancing was the biggest weapon to fight the virus “till we do not find a vaccine or a solution”.
BookMyShow is promoting free-to-watch Instagram Live performances in an effort to keep its users engaged, while restaurant aggregator and food delivery firm Zomato is targeting a push into alcohol delivery.
On National Technology Day, as we celebrate new-age startups and their contribution to the Indian economy, it is important for us to know the provisions of the legal system supporting the same.
Technology for MSMEs: The large corporations, critical government infrastructures, and others have built strong resilience to cyber threats, but small business and start-ups need to cover-up and remain extra vigilant.
In an exclusive conversation with India Today as part of the E-Conclave Brainstorm Series, top executives from India’s leading start-ups share their strategies on surviving the Covid-19 pandemic economically.