Start-Ups in India

WhatsApp to dole out Rs 1.75 crore for 5 top start-ups in India

WhatsApp to dole out Rs 1.75 crore for 5 top start-ups in India

New Delhi: In a bid to encourage entrepreneurs and small businesses in India, Facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp on Thursday announced...Read More

SEBI to relax listing norms for start-ups in India, rename it ‘Innovators Growth Platform’

SEBI to relax listing norms for start-ups in India, rename it ‘Innovators Growth Platform’

New Delhi: In a major push to kickstart listing of start-ups in India in a big way, capital markets regulator Sebi has lined up a slew of...Read More

Women lead everywhere as companies focus on skill rather than gender

Women lead everywhere as companies focus on skill rather than gender

New Delhi: As workplaces become more focused on skill and capability rather than being gender-biased, it’s women leading everywhere, feel...Read More

Amrita University commits $350,000 in seed funding for 5 start-ups

Amrita University commits $350,000 in seed funding for 5 start-ups

Bengaluru: Amrita University’s Technology Business Incubator (TBI) has committed USD 350,000 in seed funding for five promising start-ups.

Enterpreneurship Simplified: From IDEA to IPO- Review

Enterpreneurship Simplified: From IDEA to IPO- Review

Title: Entrepreneurship Simplified: From IDEA to IPO

Sebi to crack whip on wilful defaulters, relax start-up norms

Sebi to crack whip on wilful defaulters, relax start-up norms

New Delhi: Amid a huge controversy over loan defaults by Vijay Mallya-led UB Group firms, regulator Sebi plans to choke fund-raising taps...Read More

Online start-ups helping foreign patients get best deals in India

Online start-ups helping foreign patients get best deals in India

New Delhi: The surge in foreign patients seeking Indian health facilities for specialised and cost-effective medical care has resulted in...Read More

Red tape: Roadblock for start-ups

Red tape: Roadblock for start-ups

Start-ups are indeed the flavour of the season. Youngsters fresh out of college, finding it increasingly difficult to find plush jobs are...Read More

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