T-Hub announces closure of second batch of startups for Lab32
Lab32, the six-month incubation program assisted the startups with their go-to-market plans by generating revenue opportunities, building scalable business models, and strengthening their sales and pitch strategies.
Maithri Aquatech’s water generators just need air to produce freshwater
Ever heard of generating fresh water from the air around us? Hyderaba...
2.85 lakh jobs created in DPIIT recognised startups: Piyush Goyal
As on November 21, 2019, SIDBI has committed Rs 3123.20 crore to 47 SEBI re...
Blume Ventures puts $1.5 million in TapChief
The startup plans to use the funds to expand its network of professionals, enhance its product offering and integrate its technology with existing enterprise people management systems.
SoftBank takes loss in sale of Wag, dog-walking startup
Wag’s troubles have been particularly pronounced. After its investment, the Vision Fund brought in Hilary Schneider, former chief executive of LifeLock, to lead an aggressive expansion. But it lost ground to Rover, its top competitor. Reports of lost dogs and internal struggles hurt business.
Edtech startup Lido Learning appoints new CTO
Lido Learning (Quality Tutorials) was launched in April 2019 by Sahil Sheth, offering live tutoring and personalised online coaching sessions to students from Class 5-9 in math and sciences from both CBSE and ICSE boards.
ePharma startups ‘sensitive’ to data Bill definition
Firms seek better definition of ‘sensitive’ health data and guidelines for anonymised data in the Personal Data Protection Bill. The clause on ‘fair and responsible processing’ of data in the Bill also needs to be clarified and cannot be left open to interpretation.
Rein Games raises Rs 5 crore in angel funding
The business model aims at creating original concept-based real money games that are to be played for a stake in return for a platform fee.
Pune-based startup Squats acquires minority stake in Fitato
Squats was recently selected for Y Combinator, a US-based startup accelerator that has helped companies line Airbnb, Cleartax, Dropbox and others step up business operations.
EnKash looks to expand team size by end-2020
The startup is currently focusing on investing in its key leadership and building a rock-solid core team, as well as building a dedicated in-house technology team to further enhance data security and foolproof end-to-end processes across functions.
There are about 21,000 pieces of space debris. Swiss startup Clearspace will lead the cleanup
There are almost 2,000 live satellites in space, compared with 3,000 failed ones, ESA said. Including all debris, there are about 21,000 pieces of at least 10 centimeters in size, according to the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency.
Why the 'Father of the Pentium Chip' is bullish on image processing startup Orbo.ai
In the post compression era and with new improved hardware launching every month, video processing continued to remain stuck in low resolution status to save the bandwidth. Orbo looks to change that.
There’s money you can make selling your DNA. Shivom will help monetise it
Genetic testing centres are selling your DNA to pharma majors to conduct drug development research without your knowledge and the latter is making big bucks. Shivom is working to change that narrative by granting you complete access to your DNA and helping you monetise it.
On the grapevine: A startup boss keeps his dental game on point with glossing & flossing
The founder goes back to a dentist more often than necessary to get his teeth looked at.
US-based start-up expands in India, Southeast Asia and China
The US-based building intelligence solutions provider is opening office in Delhi soon, its fourth office in India. Currently, the firm has an engineering, product development and sales hub in Bengaluru, as well as sales and support services offices in Chennai and Mumbai.
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