Free Press Journal
  • manish

    Stay lean to grow: Manish Kalra, Chief Business Officer at Craftsvilla

    With a simple motive to take people back to their roots and help them connect to their culture, the founders of Craftsvilla started a journey in 2011. Since its inception, the company strove to stick to its vision as they embraced growth. Former Amazon executive who is now chief business officer at Craftsvilla, Manish Kalra, talks about the exciting journey leading up to one of the most successful ethnic marketplaces.

  • agency-panel-discussion

    Content Marketing Summit Asia 2016 made its Mumbai debut

     (L to R) Optimystix Entertainment’s Sanjeev Sharma; The 120 Media Collective’s Roopak Saluja; i420 Digital Media’s  Abhimanyu R; Havas Worldwide’s Nirmalya Sen;  and GroupM’s Tushar Vyas.

  • Motorola

    Motorola ZDroid – When Tech has got your back!

    Ever heard of a smartphone that can customise not only its appearance but also its features as per your liking? Does something like this even exist? The techies at Motorola Mobility (a division of Lenovo) would love to answer it with a proud YES!

  • Rahul Anand, Hopscotch's Founder and CEO

    Hopscotch: A play on affordability and quality

    Rahul Anand’s child-centric venture offers international quality at Indian prices.  The company has carved out a strong niche for itself in children’s product segment, despite some initial hiccups. A conversation with Rahul Anand – Hopscotch’s founder and CEO

  • flipkart

    Retail Growth Online or Offline?

    The Retailers’ Association of India (RAI) organized its annual Retail Leadership Summit in Mumbai last week. Presented below are some takeaways in key areas of discussion and oration by a wide spectrum of industry players. Pankaj Joshi reports.

  • gionee

    Gionee ELife E8: The innovators of the Chinese Premium category, now jump the online bandwagon!

    I’m sure you’ve heard the old adage, “different strokes for different folks”. Motorola was the pioneer the online only sales approach for its first generation of E, G and X series Android phones. The online only approach was then adopted by XiaoMi, OnePlus, Meizu and ZTE, with great effect. Now Gionee, the pioneers of the Chinese Premium segment in India, have launched the latest iteration of their bestselling Elife series with an

  • Food-wastage

    Retailing Responsibly to Reduce Food Wastage

    “The world has enough for everyone’s needs, not everyone’s greed.”  – Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. How true are the words of the Mahatma in a world full of two extremes. On the one hand, you have extreme prosperity, while on the other, extreme poverty. It is an appalling stat, that 795 million people (or 1 out of every 9 people) the world over does not consume enough to lead a healthy lifestyle. On the

  • zupermeal

    ZuperMeal – An app and delivery service for home-cooked meals empowering women

    To create a value proposition for the growing Indian passion for eating out, along with addressing the social cause of women empowerment and entrepreneurship, Celebrity Chef Sanjeev Kapoor and Ravi Saxena, promoters of leading kitchen appliances firm Wonderchef, along with their 2 foreign partners have joined hands to together invest in the two-month old Mumbai-based food startup ZuperMeal. They will be investing up to $2 million (about Rs 13 crore) for an

  • Twitter

    Reanimating Twitter’s waning popularity with new features galore

    Twitter, not too long ago was the haven of all things hip and cool. Many celebrities, artists, musicians, actors and even politicians found Twitter to be an incredible medium to reach out to their followers and maintain a steady relationship with them. All this aside, Twitter was also the world’s first interest based social network to see, and be seen on. Then somewhere along the line, its popularity waned. Critics said that