ET Startup Awards: It’s time to raise a toast to entrepreneurs
Nitin Gadkari will be the guest of honour and address the guests. He will be joined by Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah.
Celebrities are not only endorsing startups but making investment in them as well
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No time to go to the gym? Fitness apps can help you get in shape
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But Bansal, who founded fashion portal Myntra and made a success of it with technology and data and sold it to Flipkart for a phenomenal $300 million two years ago.
ET’s Startup of The Year Award goes to Freshdesk
At ET Startup Awards 2016, the Nandan Nilekani-led jury bats for cos displaying both solidity & ability to scale up, choosing winners in eight categories.
$100 million Delhivery from Carlyle as e-commerce logistics hots up
Carlyle's investment in Delhivery will be among the largest PE investment in the space. In July 2015, Warburg Pincus had agreed to invest $133 million in Ecom Express.
The countdown begins: Curtain rises on ET Startup Awards with shortlist
ET reached out to 50 founders and investors who helped us identify the high-quality group from which the shortlist of five has been chosen.
Top 10 corporate exits of 2016
Exits at the Tata Group highlighted the role of independent directors. Here are the top high-profile exits of 2016.
Ecommerce is passé. Moonshot ideas will grab attention of startups in 2017
Moonshot ideas will grab the eyeballs - unique fintech models, an open source programming language, media and traditional businesses with a tech spin.
ET Startup Awards 2016: Ather Energy is building India's first smart electric scooter
When Tarun Mehta and Swapnil Jain reached out to their alma mater in early 2013, they only had an idea and no clear roadmap for execution.
How a bunch of health startups face a race to prove their own vitality
On the face of things, India provides a massive opportunity for these startups. At one level, people are increasingly unhealthy — the country leads in cardiac disease and diabetes.
With $4.4 bn investment across 1017 deals in 2016, the ups and downs of India's startup ecosystem
A key reason for the sharp decline is the fact that in 2015, sectors such as food, hyperlocal, ecommerce and taxis were the flavours of the year. In 2016, we have not seen any such sector favourites.
Innovative ideas will continue to get funded even as entrepreneurs hunker down to seek out paths to profits
Some of the valuation exuberance in the past moved the focus away from value differentiation and demonstrating sustainable business metrics to solely fundraising.
India’s most valuable startup, Flipkart has spawned a whole bunch of entrepreneurs
Over the past few years, an increasing number of Flipkart employees are treading similar entrepreneurial paths, finding launchpads in the company.
It’s great validation if some of these ventures become successful: Sachin Bansal
"We definitely look for a high bias for action, besides other aspects like impact orientation—did they create a real significant impact, especially if they are coming with experience."
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