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    From start to scale: tips for social enterprises from Madhukar Shukla, Author of 'Social Entrepreneurship in India'

    Madhukar Shukla is a Professor of Strategic Management at XLRI Jamshedpur and serves on the Board of School of Management and Labour Studies, TISS. He holds a Master’s degree in Psychology from Lucknow University and a PhD from IIT-Kanpur. He is the author of Social Entrepreneurship in India: Quarter Idealism and a Pound of...

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    Investor turned entrepreneur Manik Gupta on how to build exceptional product teams

    Manik Gupta is the Co-founder of San-Francisco-based CVKey, a non-profit organisation that is building user-centred apps to support frontline health workers. Prior to this, he was the Chief Product Officer at Uber and also worked with tech giant Google for over seven years. A product manager by heart, he has also served as an advisor and investor to startups based...

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    The week that was: from the rise of Boingg to the tech behind Razorpay, India's latest Unicorn

    “In a family home, all the joy and laughter reside in the child’s room. We want the room to match its occupant,” says Neha Indori, Co-founder of children furniture startup Boingg!When Neha decided to do up her daughter’s room, the lack of options led her to dig deep and research the children’s furniture segment. Realising...

    • 16 hrs ago
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    What is going to be your new normal?

    The "new normal" is an often-repeated term that we have seen being used in the last few months when we talk about the pandemic and its effects. As our institutions, infrastructure, and long-held convictions are shaken up in the aftermath of a COVID pandemic, each individual, industry, and government will attempt to define the new normal in a way it suits its vision. I have been thinking about what...

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    Smart home trends in India and how new-age technologies are enabling it

    ‘Smart’ as the word suggests is technology that learns and reduces the effort taken by a human to complete a task, whether it be smart phones, smart watches, or smart TVs. The same concept goes with smart homes – this technology understands the usage pattern of the homeowner, reduces the effort one takes and increases the security and safety of the house.Few...

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    [Jobs Roundup] Work with IKEA-backed interior design startup Livspace with these openings

    Livspace, the Bengaluru-based home interior and renovation startup,was founded in July 2014 by IIT Kanpur alum Anuj Srivastava and Ramkant Sharma. It is backed by global investors, including Goldman Sachs, Ingka Ventures (IKEA), FFP, EDBI, UC-RNT, Bessemer Venture Partners, and Helion Ventures, among others. Last month, Livspace invested $30 billion to scale...

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    [Matrix Moments] What got this automotive exec to start up in agriculture with WayCool Foods

    “I’m an automotive guy, and I’ve spent about two decades in that industry,” said Karthik Jayaraman, the founding team member of WayCool Foods, an agritech startup, in a conversation with Tarun Davda, Managing Director, Matrix Partners India. However, the automotive industry got hit by a recession in around 2013 and 2014, after...

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    Tips for launching new business and services in a market like India

    Any new idea only becomes a business when immense amount of time, effort and resources are being put into it. It might sound very simple and generic when someone says that he/she wants to start a new venture. It needs a lot of research, analysis, investment, and much more especially for industries which have a cluster of brands operating in the sector with massive competition....

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    [Weekly funding roundup] Venture investments into Indian startups decline in the fourth week of October

    The weekly venture investment into Indian startups in the fourth week of October dramatically declined as compared to the third week, with not a single investment crossing the $10 million mark. The total funding during the week stood at $20 million, a 88 percent decline compared to the previous week. As has been the trend since the COVID-19...

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    Electric now has a Mercedes

    In 2017, when the Indian government announced that the country would completely transition to electric vehicles (EVs) by 2030, it seemed like an over-ambitious target. Fast forward to 2020, it seems more achievable as millennials, who are at the forefront of the green revolution, are willing to make the switch to electric vehicles. This positive response comes as a breath of fresh air (literally), considering the...

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