I am an accidental startup investor: Ratan Tata
"I had always looked at the startups as a sector that is exciting but somewhat untouchable because somewhere there would have been a conflict of interest with Tata Group," he said.
Ratan Tata funds online pet shop DogSpot now
Ratan Tata has invested an undisclosed amount in his personal capacity in online pet shop Dog-Sp...
Dogspot.in: Rana Atheya's Rs 4-crore co which started as a website for pet lovers
“In 2013-14, our turnover was around Rs 4 crore and we aim ...
Amazon India launches pet supplies category
Amazon's launch of pet supplies is interesting as few of the other marketplaces have a presence in this area. Flipkart does not sell any pet supplies.
How startup Pet Fed has become a leading pet events company
The startup seeks to be a forum for pet lovers, allowing them to meet all their pet-related needs—from pet food to pet-friendly cars and everything in between.
FirstCry becomes Ratan Tata's fourth investment in 2016
Earlier this month, Ratan Tata had invested in Tracxn Technologies and followed it up with pet care portal DogSpot and online cashback and coupons venture CashKaro.
How startup companies are offering fun activities to engage and retain employees
When employees at the Mumbai-based startup are not brainstorming at hackathons, it is not unusual to find them playing mini-golf.
Uber wants to ease your mid-week blues, by delivering Puppies
Controversy-courting cab service Uber is letting its passengers have their play time with little puppies today between 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Ratan Tata's RNT Associates ties up with California University
Ratan Tata is partnering with UC Investments, to invest in Indian startups, new companies and enterprises in the country.
Startups embody creativity, innovation of young India: Ratan Tata
The former Tata Group Chairman said the second criterion he uses is to evaluate founders of the startups.
Ratan Tata backs startup intelligence platform Tracxn
Tracxn has raised angel funding from Flipkart's co-founders Sachin and Binny Bansal, Delhivery's CEO Sahil Barua and $3.5 million in series-A funding from SAIF Partners.
Ratan Tata invests undisclosed amount in online cashback venture CashKaro.com
CashKaro will use the proceeds to further build its technology, enter international markets, as well as towards brand awareness
Ratan Tata says only "exciting ideas" can get his dollars
Tata Group patriarch and lately entrepreneur enthusiast Ratan Tata, who has invested in over 20 startups so far, today said unless a newbie "excites" him, he does not invest.
Ratan Tata invests in cancer therapeutic startup Invictus Oncology
The startup utilises a supramolecular technology platform to design anti-cancer drugs that home into the tumor and modulate the tumor immune response.
India Quotient targets Rs 150 crore for smartphones focused Fund II
Most of the limited partners (institutions and individuals who invest in venture capital funds) from Fund I are expected to participate in Fund II.
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