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'Make Taxation Policy Angel Investor-Friendly'

Padmaja Ruparel, President, Indian Angel Network, feels that the Indian government has to take note of the high-risk investment that angel investors make in funding startups and entrepreneurs and an angel ... Businessworld India, 1 month ago

Start-ups eye cross-border opportunities

Rayhana Iyne, 26, makes hand crafted silver jewellery embedded with Sri Lankan stones including topaz, tourmalines, spinels , sapphires. About eight months back, Colombo-based Iyne started her company, Glitteray, to sell the jewellery and the ...
 Economic Times7 hours ago

What happened to all the money Indian government pledged for startups in past budgets?

Amajor proposalpresented in Arun Jaitley's budget that was cheered by many was the move to set aside Rs10,000 crore for startups and the credit-starved micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). But the finance minister did not go into the ...
 Quartz4 days ago

Budget 2014 generates discontent among startups as entrepreneurs say it hasn't removed roadblocks

For the second year in succession, startups found mention in the annual budget speech last week, as the finance minister announced a host of allocations for the fast-growing sector that has the potential to galvanise national economic growth. The ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
Times of India

Non-tech CXOs bet their bucks on tech startups

BANGALORE: A host of CXOs from businesses outside software are beginning to put their moneys in India's emerging software product industry, a broadening appeal that could help accelerate the development of the segment that some believe will soon ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Non-tech CXOs bet on IT startups  Times of India2 weeks ago

Budget 2014: Revisit logic behind Startup section

By Padmaja Ruparel At the outset I would like to applaud the government for extending CSR contributions to non-academic technology incubators recognized by DST. We welcome this as it will provide a huge impetus to the breeding and nurturing of ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
Silicon India

Brainstorm with the Latest Technologies on Semiconductor/ VLSI on 27 June 2014 in Bangalore

Bangalore: In this digital frenzy world, Semiconductor and VLSI Industry is growing remarkably and now has become an indivisible part of any sector. The growing importance of this domain has led to several opportunities and innovations for Startups ...
 Silicon India4 weeks ago

Students on Indian campuses more inclined to drop out to start ventures

BANGALORE: With Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg to look up to as role models, many students on Indian campuses are now more inclined to startups than complete their college graduation. Take the case of 20-year old Pulkit Jaiswal, for ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Students on Indian campuses inclined to drop out from colleges to start ventures  Economic Times1 month ago

Entrepreneurship is not the prerogative of IITs alone

HYDERABAD: So far, only premier institutes like IITs have been teaching the basics of setting up own businesses. But entrepreneurship is now on the agenda of even second-rung engineering colleges, with many of them introducing it as a subject. ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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