MadRat Games Sells 1 Lakh Copies of the Board Game; Launched 50 Products in 9 Months

Board games startup, MadRat Games which raised funding from Blume Ventures and First Light Ventures has sold 1 lakh* copies of their board game. Importantly, none of these games were traded games or imported ones – these are all developed in-house…

From Raising Funding Based on Powerpoint to Scaling up : The Attero Story

In the startup world, you hear this all the time. But here is the thing: if you have a good idea and the chops to pull it off, investors will cut you a cheque.

License brand Aakash? Ha. Ha. Ha. [Short Take]

The report says that an inter-ministerial panel has finalised a set of specifications for tablets and is in the process of laying down a procedure to license the brand name Aakash. What a waste of time and energy.

Find Friends Near You Using NaviGale [App Review]

NaviGale, an Android app, by Shimply Software helps you find and connect to friends and people with similar interests close by with the help of a very cool looking compass.

Get car tyres replaced at your doorstep from Delhi based startup, TyreOnWheels

Delhi based TyreOnWheels has made the entire process of replacing tyre easy as it offers tyres across all car segment like Sedan, SUV, hatchback along with mobile fitting service.

The Great Indian Startups of 2012 [The Dabangg Edition]

Indian startups have come of age. Like every year, we bring together India’s most amazing startups that were spotted. This year was a big year for startups with lots of great moves. Take a look some of the greatest startups of India from 2012.

MadRat games raises funds from Blume Ventures and First Light Ventures

The startup has raised more than $500k from Blume Ventures, Unitus Seed Fund and First Light Ventures. Adit Parekh of Blume Ventures will join the company’s board.

Of Product/Market Fit and Why Startups Should Care

Finding product/market fit is an iterative process but bottom line is to establish key metrics that define product engagement and focus on those metrics relentlessly. Anything that doesn’t contribute to moving those metrics upward is not important before product/market fit.