Padmaja Ruparel, president at Indian Angel Network (IAN) attributed the decline this year to the lack of big fund raising by the unicorns. IAN was the most active investor this year with 36 funding rounds. There was a lot of hype, last year, which ... TechGig, 4 weeks ago
The needle has moved for Start-up India - Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago
Flashback 2016: Top angel networks in India - Techcircle.in, 3 weeks ago
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The digital economy — all things that use digital computing technology, including m-commerce, digital payment banks or internet startups — is set to double in three years from around $80 billion and expand to $0.5 trillion ($500 billion) in less ...Economic Times, 5 hours ago
Seeks rationalisation in taxation to let companies focus on core activities Hyderabad, January 18: The IT industry has crossed an important milestone this year. It crossed the ₹100-crore mark in exports. But sudden spurt in restrictive ...Hindu Business Line, 5 days ago
HYDERABAD: Strapping a headset and being transported into a different world for an immersive experience is what virtual reality is about. While this technology is slowly picking up in India, what may help it gain more momentum is a contentenabler, ...Economic Times, 1 week ago
Shift in focus to B2B signals maturing ecosystem; mortality rate set to fall Hyderabad, January 4: Investors may have pumped smaller amounts into start-ups in 2016, but M&As within the sector ensured that the fledgling companies continued on ...Hindu Business Line, 2 weeks ago
Fintech laughed all the way to the bank, while food startups burnt their fingers in 2016. It's a new year, and as always the Indian startup story will have more twists. With the dawn of 2017, we bring you a list of 17 startups to keep an eye on in ...Indiatimes, 3 weeks ago
The startup ecosystem went through many corrections this year. While few raised colossal amounts, many were acquired or shut down. Markdowns and layoffs grabbed headlines every other day and notably the passing year turned out deadly especially ...TechGig, 3 weeks ago
Amrita TBI, a technology business incubator sponsored by Govt. India and Amrita University is in the pursuit of the most promising start-ups in India this January through its start-up centric event Amrita TBI Pitchfest 2017, a platform for aspiring ...The Tech Portal, 3 weeks ago
Bluebook, a discount and deals focused mobile app has raised funds to the tunes of $500,000 in a seed round led by Indian Angel Network (IAN). Avinash Vashishta, an IAN member along withSrinubabu Gedela, the founder of publishing house OMICS ...The Tech Portal, 1 month ago Discount app BlueBook raises funds in seed round Livemint.com, 1 month ago Deals App BlueBook raises $500,000 in a seed round from IAN, LetsVenture and others Economic Times, 1 month ago
Bengaluru-based online to offline (O2O) marketing platform, The BlueBook has raised $500K in its Seed round of funding led by Indian Angel Network (IAN) . Fundraising platform Let's Venture , Srinubabu Gedela , CEO, OMICS International, Avinash ...Inc42 Media, 1 month ago O2O marketing platform The BlueBook gets $500K from IAN, LetsVenture, others Techcircle.in, 1 month ago
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