The journey, from getting a new client to setting up your first office to getting the “big” client, is intense and filled with unmatchable highs. The lows, well, while not forgotten, are not dwelled upon.
Technology and tech enabled companies in India raised over Rs 4052 cr ($675 mn) from venture capitalists and other investors in the second quarter of 2014, according to the data we’ve compiled.
In this post, Rushabh Mehta the founder of ERPNext talks about Givers & Takers in the Indian startup scene.
MartMobi which launched at UnPluggd was started with seed capital from IIIT Hyderabad and later raised funding from BitChemy Ventures and Srini Koppolu.
The foreign startups featured in the IoT series based on Home Automation and Cloud ignited a series of questions in the minds of Indian readers: Is this possible in India?
Silicon Valley based accelarator 500 Startups has announced its 9th batch with 29 companies. Of them, three are from India. This year’s list has 3 novel fashion startups and 11 of them have at least one woman on the founding team.
And Indians (VCs/startup babas) are still wondering where are the global Indian startups? Zendesk has acknowledged, but not the local ecosystem.
These babas carry a heavy (social media) clout (or klout scores) and are extremely well connected. They have followers who call them ‘sir’ and won’t take anything against their ‘god’.
The growth of Truecaller in India cocks a snook to all the nay-sayers who goad startups to shift to Silicon Valley because “India is not a large-enough market/doesn’t have enough early adopters
On an average, startup founder salary in India was 40% less salary as compared to their counterparts in the Silicon valley.