ET STARTUP AWARDS
Social gaming startup Rooter to play user content to get more on board
In its new avatar, Rooter will allow fans to not just upload audio and video content, but also go live during the matches to comment & analyse for their followers.
What's next for Indian startups?
Internet businesses in 2012-13 helped form a new wave of entrepreneurship in India. It was refreshing and ha...
In a rocky startup world, candidates toss questions to interviewers
For sleep-solutions company Wakefit.co, the questions often are on layoff...
Testing B-school students on Innovation - OnePlus ETPrime Intellect
PPOs and internships from OnePlus to winners
Accel Growth and B Capital lead $105m lap in Bounce
Bounce said it plans to use the fresh capital to build electric vehicle infrastructure, for multi-city expansion and scaling up tech infrastructure.
New funding avenues open up for enterprising startups
GetVantage, Spring Marketing, Drip Capital, OfBusiness and 100x.vc, as well as corporate investment arms Next47 and Sony Innovation Fund, among others, offer startups targeted expertise beyond cash to grow their business.
Republic's Children: Recalling aspirations for the nation
Seven Indian who were born in 1950, along with the republic, recall their aspirations for the nation, and their journey.
Why this is the best time to be a writer in show business
In an industry where a grand total of seven actors are being chased by 70-odd filmmakers, writing has become that much more critical even to get a good actor on board a project, says Apoorva Mehta, CEO of Dharma Productions.
Govt launches award to laud breakthrough startups in cyber security
Registrations for the award are currently open and DSCI will be administering the Grand Challenge and the whole process will run for nine months under various stages.
WE HUB collaborates with Hyderabad City Police to incorporate new technologies into policing
The Hyderabad city police and WE HUB organised a 36-hour hackathon aimed at solving problems in the fields of cybercrimes, crimes against women and children, road-safety awareness and social media monitoring for tackling fake news.
India is becoming a popular destination for foreigners to chase their startup dreams
A host of foreign nationals are relocating to India to fulfil their startup ambitions despite stumbling blocks.
Startups: Waiting for regulatory relief
Entrepreneurs want a stable policy environment, a longer time horizon to carry forward losses and to pay taxes on ESOPs only during sale. To raise funds, startups tend to approach a large number of venture funds – sometimes up to 400. However, under Section 42 of the Companies Act, if a startup sends information to more than 200 investors, it is deemed to be a public company.
Time to celebrate businesses that have enhanced stakeholder value
Let the numbers do the talking: Family-run businesses have generated 14% annual average share price return since 2006, compared with 6% for non-family firms in India, as per Credit Suisse’s Family 1000 in 2018 report.
Startups cutting employee costs
Oyo, Ola, Paytm, Quikr, Zomato and Rivigo have handed out pink slips or are likely to.
ET View: Why the proposal for PM-Yasasvi is a good idea
At the broader level, the fact that the students will be selected through a national test is likely to help schools across the country to meet certain basic curriculum and teaching standards. The inclusion of senior citizens in the scheme is a recognition of the untapped capacity for contribution of this segment of the population.
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