The focus of the startup fraternity should not be limited only to the IT segment, but should also look at life sciences and medical segments as there would be breakthroughs
Most people tend to relate startups and entrepreneurship to fledgling companies in the technology sector alone. Granted that the environment is much more vibrant in the information technology sector
- Oct29By PTI
Unlike the west, India does not have enough number of angel investors who can fuel the growth of the country's thriving start-up ecosystem, industry body Nasscom has said.
- Oct19By Bloomberg
The venture capital business in Asia is beginning to rival that in North America, home to Silicon Valley and birthplace of the modern VC model.
Startups in India will get close to $5 billion in funding in 2015, amounting to almost $100 million on a weekly basis, stated a reported released by the IT industry body NASSCOM on Tuesday.
Tea Break, a new age tea shop in upscale western Mumbai, was more than a mere weekend hangout for the five youngsters in their teeming 20s – two chartered accountants, one MTech, a graphic designer and a hotelier.
The Centre has asked states to encourage small and medium enterprises to go for registration as enrolling of SMEs has not picked up despite simplification of the process and their
With a view to encourage small and medium enterprises, Telangana has decided to adopt the cluster approach for medical devices, APIs, electronics, electronics, engineering, automobile and others.
- Jul02By PTI
Government today said it has approved the first integrated national policy for developing skills and promoting entrepreneurship at a large scale with speed and quality.
"The policy aims to align
- Jun01By PTI
US-based taxi hailing app Uber has appointed Amit Jain president of its India operations.
"In this role Amit will be running all business strategy operations and growth