Microsoft launches new program for B2B startups
Launched under the aegis of Microsoft for Startups, the 100X100X100 program will help enterprises fast track their digital transformation through faster adoption of SaaS solutions. It will make available a variety of curated, ready to launch, enterprise grade solutions from startups with a proven track record.
New GST filing format, e-invoicing to help in ease of doing biz, reporting for taxes: GSTN CEO
The GSTN CEO said that in India, the aim is to...
Walmart’s cash & carry business may go to Flipkart
The move comes shortly after talks with the Tata Group made no headway.
GST has helped us build a national distribution channel: Moglix
Moglix, a Ratan Tata-backed company, is India's leading B2B industrial goods e-marketplace. In this conversation with ET Online, Rahul Garg,...
Facial recognition for cows: Why is Mooofarm giving cattle a digital identity?
Agritech startup Mooofarm claims to have 95% accuracy in distinguishing one cow from the other.
Family businesses are doing better than rest of India Inc
Family businesses have earned 14% annualised returns between January 2017-2020 on the stock exchanges.
A pivot to B2B signals new direction for fintech startup ClearTax
Earlier this week, ClearTax obtained the licence to be a GST Suvidha Provider, enabling it to offer tech solutions to taxpayers.
Govt to push MSME-made goods through e-tailers
On the B2B side, the proposed platform will also provide funds and have access to cash flows, helping buffer businesses against shocks. Funding and payments have been a major area of concern for MSMEs and the government is looking at models that can help MSMEs.
Government raises concern over fake invoicing in B2B trade impacting GST collections
"It is not only the government, it is also the industry which also has to play an important role. In GST, we are seeing a lot of fake invoicing and it is from business to business," Thakur said at the annual session of Consumer Electronics and Appliances Manufacturers Association.
B2B unicorns need 50% less funds than B2C
India's unicorn club has increased from just about nine companies at the start of 2018 to close to 30 now, collectively valued at about $100 billion, according to an Iron Pillar report.
Jumbotail, NinjaCart raise more as B2B Ecomm finds love
NinjaCart, which connects farmers directly with businesses by cutting out middlemen, issued 300 debentures to Trifecta Capital for a total consideration of Rs 30 crore on October 24, regulatory filings showed.
Over 1,300 startups added in 2019, over 8,900 tech-startups in India now: Nasscom
India also witnessed the addition of seven Unicorns this year till August taking the total tally to 24 - the third highest.
No slowdown in B2B segment; govt orders have revived: LG
LG Electronics India senior director (B2B) R. Zutshi said there is not much slowdown in B2B orders and government purchases.
Avataar Venture Partners to invest $300 million in B2B and SaaS companies
Avataar Venture Partners will typically put in $10-$30 million in its portfolio companies, aiming to make about 10 investments from its maiden fund.
Rajendra Gogri on why Aarti Industries will continue to be a multibagger
Considering the overall macro factors plus the fact that the few sectors which we are in are also growing globally, we should be able to maintain the growth momentum in next decade also.
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