Mydala, the deal site founded by Anisha Singh in 2009, turned profitable this quarter, is selling deals to smaller cities in India and has put off its International expansion plans. Edited Excerpts of an Interview.
We are expecting this quarter to be exceptional with about 10-11 million smartphones sold by the industry.
We are focusing on getting the distribution right so that people can buy a Lenovo smartphone wherever and whenever they want to.
“There is still a lot more to be done in the payments space,” said Vijay Shekhar Sharma the CEO & Founder of One97 Communications which is gearing up for a few more launches and expansion in Bangalore. Edited Excerpts of an Interview.
We caught up with Kunal Walia, the Managing Partner at Khetal Advisors a boutique investment banking firm to understand if domestic demand for software product firms is likely to pick up. Edited Excerpts of the interview.
Online video screening solution VuFirst wants to help solve the problem. A product of ThoughtStream Tech Pvt. Ltd, VuFirst is an online solution for hiring candidates.
Why is NOW The Perfect Time to Start a Pure Digital App Company in India? [Interview With Dev Khare]
There isn’t a lot of Venture Capital going into pure digital apps in India. But it’s starting to look up. We asked Dev Khare, who has been in the mobile industry for more than 15 years, how the app ecosystem in India is shaping up. Find out why he thinks it will be a big deal soon.
BlackBerry had 4,000 developers a couple of years ago which stands at over 49,000 today developing across BlackBerry 10 and BlackBerry OS 7 platforms, says Prosenjit Sen, Director, Channel Sales, BlackBerry India.
One can’t blame bystanders for being sceptic as most such attempts have failed in the past. Somehow Autowale seems to have survived so far.
We recently met up with Sumeet Anand of Kreeo, to understand a bit about the Enterprise 2.0 space India. He has been involved in the Enterprise 2.0 space for some time now and has seen the space evolve.
RailYatri Launches Crowd Sourced Platform For Rail Travellers; A Big Market Place in The Making [Interview]
Delhi based startup RailYatri has launched a crowd sourced platform called Rail Wisdom for travellers to share and seek information from fellow travellers taking the train.