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How Jabong rode a rocket but landed in Flipkart and Myntra's arms

Life has a funny way of showing that fact is stranger than fiction. When Jabong entered with a bang, in the form of a high-velocity television ad campaign, all those years ago in 2012, everyone including this reporter sat up and took notice. But how ..., 2 days ago

From boom to doom: The story of India's start-ups

While the media gaze has been on start-ups in trouble, investors who funded them have mostly escaped attention, says Ranju Sarkar. IMAGE: Start-ups that did not have a business model or attract new funding, are shutting shop. Photograph: Reuters     The rise and fall of Nikesh Arora at SoftBank, in some sense, symbolises how the investor sentiment has changed with Indian start-ups: moving from a period of exuberance to one of extreme caution within two years. Start-ups that did not ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Start-up shutdowns spook investors  Business Standard India1 week ago

Snapdeal, Paytm & other ecom players help NCR become FDI capital of India

The National Capital Region (NCR) may have truly established itself as the preferred destination for foreign direct investment (FDI) into India. Data from the commerce ministry on FDI show that in the past three years, the NCR--which includes ...
 VC Circle1 week ago

Exclusive: E-commerce aggregator Baggout gets fundin...

New Delhi-based product aggregation and cashback website Baggout has raised funding from multiple angel investors, co-founder Deepak Jain told TechCircle. He declined to disclose the amount the startup raised. The investors are Jabong CTO Sumit ...
 Techcircle.in1 week ago Exclusive: CommonFloor CEO, Jabong CTO back e-commerce aggregator Baggout  VC Circle1 week ago

How Infosys founders are investing talent and money towards India's new startups

Infosys, founded by seven engineers in 1981, is still India's most successful startup. The Bengaluru-based software services company has a market value of nearly $42 billionmore than the combined estimated worth of India's startup 'unicorns' and its ...
 TechGig1 month ago The Infosys cohort  Economic Times1 month ago

Market Research Rerports Inc: Online Fashion Retail Market in India to grow at a CAGR of 63.45% during the period 2016 - 2020

Market Research Reports, Inc. has announced the addition of "Online Fashion Retail Market in India 2016 - 2020" research report to their website Report forecast the online fashion retail market in India to grow at a ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago Online Fashion Retail Market in India to Grow at a CAGR of 63.45% During the Period 2016-2020; Finds New Report  Digital Journal1 month ago Online Fashion Retail Market growth prospects in India 2016-2020  MyNewsDesk1 month ago

What newbies are learning from star entrepreneur-investors

It's not just millions that big name entrepreneurs bring to a fledgling business but also timely tips, motivational messages and access to clients often very different from the assistance institutional investors provide When Dhruvil Sanghvi, ...
 Times of India1 month ago

E-commerce: Funding Driven Cos Vs Efficiency Aimed Cos

The Indian economy has been consistently showing good signs of growth with the average Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate at 7.5 per cent in 2015-16. The retail sector is showing a promising trend of 11 per cent CAGR, growing from estimated ...
 Businessworld India1 month ago

Will all-in-one offerings have a happy ending?

An observation made one too many times is the Indian e-commerce market is like a hospital with only generalist doctors. Not a specialist in sight. We set out to find out if this is indeed true. Riding on VC funding, e-commerce companies had ...
 Yourstory.in1 month ago

How Lenskart is defying the start-up trend

As e-commerce companies learn to live with lower valuations, Lenskart is defying the trend. Last fortnight, when the Delhi-based start-up raised Rs 400 crore (Rs 4 billion) in a new round of funding led by International Finance Corporation, it saw its valuation triple to Rs 1,700 crore (Rs 17 billion). Ratan Tata, chairman emeritus of Tata Sons, and S Gopalakrishnan, co-founder of Infosys, also invested in this round, and for a good reason. Lenskart sells 5,000 spectacles a day. This makes it ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Lenskart: Growing a category by improving access  Smart Investor2 months ago
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