SEARCHED FOR:ECONOMIC TIMES STARTUP AWARDS
Chinese investments in Indian start-ups grow 12 times to USD 4.6 bn in 2019: GlobalData
There has been a 12 times growth of Chinese investments in startups over the past 4 years to $ 4.6 bn in 2019.
Facebook co-founder’s B Capital warns of tough times for cash-guzzlers
Founded by Saverin and former Bain & Co. executive Raj Ganguly, B Capi...
Smaller VC firms see good returns from startup bets
Whiteboard Capital and Fireside Ventures have also seen a number of their portfolio firms...
Brand Equity Marketing Awards: The Final Jury
Meet the judges who will decide the winners at a virtual jury session today .
Mortality of Indian agritech startups will be less: Omnivore's Mark Kahn
Looking at the positive trends in the sector, Omnivore's Mark Kahn explains how agritech startups will see a serious growth
Startup CEO found murdered, dismembered in his New York apartment
The grisly death has attracted international attention given Saleh’s global connections. The son of Bangladeshi immigrants, Saleh founded ride-hailing companies in Bangladesh and Nigeria as well as a venture-capital fund based in Manhattan that invested largely in companies in the developing world.
View: It's time for India to nurture and scale up more unicorns
A great deal of growth capital is required to scale up unicorns. While early-stage companies may require tens of crores in equity financing, unicorns first require hundreds of crores, and then, thousands of crores to build global-scale businesses.
Drug giants create fund to bolster struggling antibiotic startups
Over the past year, three U.S. antibiotics startups with promising drugs have gone bankrupt, and many of the remaining companies are quickly running out of cash.
DUBAI STARTUP HUB WOOS INDIAN TALENT WITH ITS FIRST-EVER DUBAI TECHNOLOGY TOUR
Indian entrepreneurs keen on joining the tour have time till August 5 to register their interest online. The virtual trade mission that provides 15 promising...
Indian startups like Grofers, Zomato start restoring salaries after pay cuts
While the country's economy has gradually begun to open up, albeit under a tight leash, the startups are beginning to reinstate the salaries that had been slashed in the April-June quarter.
PM awards to bureaucrats in 2020 to be based on a district's economic development
The awards will be given away by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sardar Patel’s birth anniversary on October 31, 2020, at the Statue of Unity in Kevadia, Gujarat. The annual awards were started in 2006 and were last restructured in 2014 by the Modi government for recognizing the performance of District Collectors in Priority Programs, Innovations and Aspirational Districts.
Airbnb was like a family, until the layoffs started
Startups that sell everything from mattresses to data-warehousing software have long used “making the world a better place”-style mission statements to energize and motivate their workers.
Billionaires, startups team up to fix broken Indian health care
Shocking videos of coronavirus patients lying next to corpses in overrun hospitals and ambulances with critically-ill driving around in search of hospital beds have conferred fresh impetus to the task of rescuing Indian health care.
From Oyo to Zomato, startups soften pay cuts by expanding Esops pool
Companies may grant 12-15% of their overall stockholding to ESOPs to help staff hit by cuts, furloughs.
Investing in startups – Where to find the next set of winners
Disease or otherwise, travel as we know could change dramatically, at least in frequency if not in distance and mode. The individual and mass transport industry, the hallmark of the 20th Century will change forever in the 21st century.