• Sep
    08

    India’s growing pack of billionaires, which includes surprises like Acharya Balakrishna of Patanjali estimated to be worth Rs 25,600 crore, has swelled to a record 126. The list of

  • Sep
    01
    By PTI

    Reliance Jio has set up a Rs 5,000 crore venture capital fund to help young entrepreneurs in the country build their business.

    Speaking at Reliance Industries' 42nd annual general meeting,

  • Aug
    25
    By Saritha Rai, Bloomberg

    In the past few years India experienced its biggest-ever startup boom with entrepreneurs founding thousands of companies. Now the country is getting its own version of a

  • Aug
    21

    In this era of digital media, everyone talks in terms of technology, but it still means a lot to discuss other normal customer issues like emotion, stories and responsiveness.

  • Aug
    20

    Detected with cancer at 22, Kanika Tekriwal was told she was living on borrowed time. She took a call to change her doctor, which in turn, transformed her life. What cancer did to her is what it does to those who survive its scourge — made her stronger, ready to face challenges 24x7, no obstacle big enough to stop her from reaching where she wanted.

  • Aug
    11
    By PTI

    Acknowledging credit availability is a challenge for MSME sector, finance minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday said amendments to the Companies Act 2013, which is being considered by Parliament,
    will help

  • Aug
    07

    The Chicago-headquartered private equity firm Valor Equity Partners is looking towards Indian startups and entrepreneurs.
    Remarking that India is the most dynamic and the third largest startup economy

  • Jul
    28

    The government may soon open a single window to resolve the grievances of startups after realising that many of them face problems due to lack of coordination between various ministries.

  • Jul
    20

    Startups in India are founded by the dozens every month. Yet only a few flourish while several others flounder at the initial stages

  • Jul
    12

    The wedding industry in India is estimated to be $40 billion and is growing at over 25 per cent annually. At this rate experts believe it could overtake