Mumbai based Housing.com has not only changed the way people look for rental spaces, it has also given older, more established rivals a run for their money.
Pune-based startup RoomLion is making short term rental easier in India.
Movies can be rented on YouTube starting at Rs 50. There is also an option to purchase, which is much higher than renting. The pricing is based on the resolution of the movie as well as recent releases.
Sun TV has entered into multiple partnerships to deploy its content online, as well as part of in-flight entertainment.
SMEthing aims to create a curated platform where Startups & SMEs can get reliable service providers who understand their needs and importantly, constraints.
If you have missed out on all the action we covered this week, here’s a curated list.
Ecommerce portal Fetise.com shutting down. Review portal Mouthshut.com un-blocked. Realty portal Housing.com launches in Kolkotta.
Dailyshopin experiments with the online-offline format – primarily focusing on e-commerce, but sustaining and creating brand value using their offline warehouse.
Weekly Summary: Indian Startups Rise to the Hardware Challenge; Bootstrapping A Tech Startup In India & More
The new year got off to a great start with a slew of startup fundraising and acquisition announcements. The streak seems to be continuing this week too, with one of the highlights being BankBazaar raising $13 mn funding from Sequoia Capital & Walden.