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.
This week, we also covered some insightful trends on the hardware product startup ecosystem in India. One such interesting startup is Grey Orange Robotics, who is trying to save e-commerce companies’ precious hours and money using their technology.
We also posted some interesting articles from our guest authors, that includes a guide to foreign startups looking to incorporate in the USA.
For all those who missed out on the action on
NEXTBIGWHAT last week, do go through our weekly recap below.
Weekly Summary (image credit: shutterstock) –––––– Editorially Recommended Articles
Indian Startups Rise to the Hardware Challenge [Rise of the Machines]
Facebook’s Little Eye Labs Deal: What Founders Should Know About M&A
With Worker Robots, Grey Orange Robotics Wants to Take E-commerce Warehouses to the Future
How To Bootstrap A Tech Startup In India: The Wingify Journey [UnPluggd]
Why India’s Bitcoin Millionaires Are Hiding
Tier 2 Cities Are Major Buyers of Lingerie Online: Richa Kar, Founder, Zivame
Quick Guide to Foreigners Incorporating In USA [Explained]
This Startup Shuts Down. Shares It All [Goldmine for Entrepreneurs]
The Best of SMEthing, Where Startups & SMEs Meet Great Service Providers
Of Typography And Serif vs. Sans-Serif Debate [How Typography Affects Readers]
IntuGine Wants to Take on Gesture Control Market With Nimble; Works From 15 Feet Away
A Tale of 2 Entrepreneurs. One Serial. Another Boring.
Eashmart Takes a Different Approach to Mobile POS; Your Phone is the POS
Keep Track and Auto Dial Scheduled Calls with Call Looper
Canvass Brings An All in One Tool For Marketers With Built in Analytics & Automation
Quantified Self Meets Remote Health Monitoring at Sensory Health Sys tems
Pune-Based RoomLion Looks to Ease Search for Short-Term Rentals
Qualcomm QPrize 2014: Indian Startups Here’s a Chance to Win Upto $250K Funding
Microsoft Launches Microsoft Academia Accelerator In India
Official Sunny Leone App Launched In India
AAP Govt Opposes FDI in Retail; Ban In Delhi
And Now, Order Street Food Online on Tradus [Local Commerce Going Online]
Mumbai, Now Get Your Orders Delivered in 9 Hours by eBay
One97 Communications to Launch m-Commerce Retail Marketplace ——— Channel :
Is Reporting Really Analytics?
BitQuick Launches Indian Bitcoin Exchange Amidst Regulatory Confusion
Only 0.01% Of Apps Will Be A Financial Success By 2018. [Report]
Facebook Launches Indian Political Interest Lists Ahead of Assembly Elections
2 Must Have Weapons For A Web Design Ninja [Tools]
Kejriwal Government in Delhi for Free Software; Meets Richard Stallman
Government of India Has Issued 56 Crore Aadhaar Numbers So Far
WeChat Launches In-App Games & Classified Service. Now Search For Your Local Restaurants While Messaging.
BankBazaar Raises $13 mn funding from Sequoia Capital & Walden
TV Ad Platform SureWaves Raises Rs 35 cr Funding from Canaan Partners & Others
Accomodation Listing Service Grabhouse Raises Seed Investment From India Quotient
Cloud Telephony Startup Knowlarity Acquires Unicom Techlabs; Lays Out Inorganic Growth Plan
Update: ChargeBee Raises $800k Funding (Round Was Closed in Oct 2013), Is Processing $1.6mn Worth Transactions Every Month
Localisation Platform Linguanext Raises Series A Funding from Helion
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