Immersive Reality and start-ups in India

Ever thought of being present at two places at the same time?  Indian start-up, Proxgy is enabling its customers to do exactly that. It lets you book your real-world avatar through an app, and the avatar can be navigated for outdoor tasks through an immersive experience. It uses one-way video and two-way audio capabilities via…

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5 Digital Start-Ups Leading the Vernacular Charge

Vernacular internet users in India are projected to reach half a billion, compared to the 200 million English-speaking users. The mobile broadband explosion triggered by Jio in 2015 is the primary driver of the non-English speaking population of India onto the internet. This ever-increasing demographic demanded platforms, solutions, and content in their native languages. This…

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Coolest Start-ups in India

What do you think when you hear the word “start-up”? I was never so curious about knowing start-ups and altogether how a business works until I watched a TV series “Silicon Valley”. Since then I grew an interest in knowing about start-ups and entrepreneurs who devote themselves to give a shape to their creativity. So,…

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Chai Sutta Bar – Where Ideas Come To Life

1. Considering the food (café) industry is fairly saturated, how do you differentiate yourself from the competition? Answer- As the trend of eating outside has increased tremendously and in the past it is seen that there has been no impact on regular/budget cafés and restaurants as such. And we at Chai Sutta Bar have the…

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Of Women, For Women, By Women

Women-led entrepreneurial ventures are working out for us as well as the democracy is – the possibilities seem to be limited, the past dictates the future, and we are awaiting miracles to get us out of this mirage, where people and policies seem to be hurtling towards “achhe din” but the ground realities are starkly…

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HOW FAMOUS START-UPS BEGAN

Many businesses started-off with something that turned out to be a bad idea; there is no recipe of what constitutes “a good idea”. But what led to their ultimate success was addressing the anomalies, working through the problems and converting them into positive outcomes. All serial entrepreneurs have one thing in common: the resistance to…

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The Roads Not Taken

In 2017, NASSCOM reported India as home to over 5000 tech startups and the third largest startup ecosystem after the US and UK. In a country of over a billion people, it seems almost organic that with increasing access to the internet, resources and information, the millennial shift has coincided with the start of the…

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