Free Press Journal
  • Atom Technologies CEO Dewang Neralla on potential in the digital payment space

    Demonetisation has been a disruptive event that opened up opportunities for organisations like Atom Technologies that operate in digital payment solutions space. This multi-channel payment solutions provider  considers demonetisation as a huge opportunity to expand their footprint more rapidly. Dewang Neralla, CEO of the company, explains the ground realities and potential in the digital payment space, to Pankaj Joshi

  • Mini Menon and Akshay Chavan: Romancing with history

    Mumbai: History was Mini Menon and Akshay Chavan’s first love but when it came to choosing their career path it was nowhere related to history. But when they crossed each other’s path during an art course, they instantly connected and decided to use their professional experience to ‘live history’.

  • Online Education is changing the way we learn. Find out how

    Dusty chalk and black boards are increasingly being replaced or switched between laptops and projectors at least in urban schools of India. This is just one aspect of technologies’ contribution. But yet another increasingly important aspect of education is online education system which is expected to grow at a CAGR of 52 per cent by 2021, as per KPMG. The Indian education industry is pegged at USD14, 400 crore by 2020, as

  • Capital Float: Floating on lending capital

    Capital Float is a digital lending company and the trade name of Zen Lefin Pvt Ltd, a registered NBFC with the RBI. The company lends on a co-lending basis with partnerships across many verticals. The quick turnaround plus partnerships across verticals is what the business prides itself on. Gaurav Hinduja, co-founder, shares his future plans with Pankaj Joshi.

  • Smart cities would trigger growth for co-working spaces, says Awfis’ Amit Ramani

    Launched in April  2015, a co-working space company— Awfis has evolved rapidly. It has helped various businesses find a cost-effective quality option across the seven key metros. The founder and CEO of Awfis, Amit Ramani, discusses the evolution of the company and opportunities in the space to Pankaj Joshi

  • Teabox offers you a handpicked selection from over 150 tea gardens

    By offering a handpicked selection from over 150 tea gardens across Darjeeling, Assam, Kangra, the Nilgiris and Nepal, Teabox is wooing tea lovers across 111 countries. 2012-formed company with a customer base of over 60,000 across the globe, plans to grow 2-3 times in the coming year, reveals Kaushal Dugar, CEO and founder of Teabox.

  • Monexo: Trying to fill the void

    Peer to peer (P2P) lending is taking root in India and Monexo is among the earliest players to establish a lending platform. After Hong Kong and India, the company has plans to enter into Singapore, Philippines and Indonesia. Mukesh Bubna, founder and CEO of Monexo, talks about the inherent scalability of the business and the company’s plans to Pankaj Joshi.

  • Bikes are roaring in the second-hand segment, says CredR co-founder Nikhil Jain

    The used car market has taken off in the past few years with many single-brand and multi-brand corporate players creating a large geographical footprint. Compared to that, the used bike market is quite nascent. But the main issue in this space is to build credibility, however, the possibilities could be equally exciting. Mumbai-based company CredR has taken technology to this market with a hope to be a trustworthy online transaction point in

  • 5paisa CEO Prakarsh Gagdani on why discount broking has a bright future

    Discount broking in Indian equities has taken off in the last couple of years. 5paisa, part of the IIFL (India Infoline) group, is among the handful of players in the domestic market. The company believes the business will have a bright future. To support the future needs, the online financial provider is also planning to raise capital via IPO (initial public offering) in June. CEO of 5paisa, Prakarsh Gagdani discusses the future outlook and

  • creates an online marketplace for surplus textiles is an online B2B marketplace for surplus textile stocks of different types, with more than a thousand sellers onboard. With more than 1,400 transactions (direct and auction) in a year’s time, XSTOK set a target of facilitating sales of over USD1 billion by 2020. The founder of XSTOK, Sanjiv Khandelwal, shares his journey.

  • Explore the less explored in digital

    Is it a robot or is it a machine? It’s a chatbot. Jescilia Karayamparambil delves into the expanding technology most preferred by the banking sector, but ready to take over other industries