“Some people would hate you because you are doing what you love. Make sure you don’t love them more”– Harsh Snehanshu, DOER of the week.
VC are leaving for holidays and it marks the end of this phenomenal year of ecommerce funding. Everybody but the investors made money in the blood bath lead by marketing spends. People did warn about a bubble in the making…
Indian PC maker HCL Infosystems will stop manufacturing personal computers as the company continues to make losses from the business which contributes to about 8% of its total revenues.
Pune has more in common with Bangalore than just weather and tech companies, it is also a thriving startup hub. Here’s a look at what the startup ecosystem is like.
Founders fail because they are dead wrong about the business they are getting into. So while everyone fails, celebrating failure or condoning it is not cool. And glorifying it by justifying it with your next successes is not really cool either.
At 5.3 inches it is definitely a big phone, but due to its slim profile does not feel all that large to hold in one hand. The phone is made of plastic but has a nice matte finish which looks good and is also pretty sturdy.
Klip.in, a social discovery and curation tool for ecommerce has raised funds from VentureNursery’s angels and Mumbai Angels. The Mumbai based startup was part of the second batch of the VentureNursery’s acceleration program.
Hundreds of small Indian brands have begun setting up stores on Facebook, a trend which is likely to pick up in the coming months. Pages like Roti Kapda Makaan and Anjul Bhandari ( Vivek & Anjul ) are other such examples.
This cycle of build-sell has to be an iterative one early on. If you do any of these in isolation, you are doing it wrong.
Vaultize which demoed at UnPluggd, India’s Biggest Startup Conference will utilize the funding to scale up its go-to-market strategy, including expansion across the world, with immediate plans to establish operations in the US and Europe.