Read more about IIT Madras-incubated Startup launches indigenously made Smart Air Purifier on Business Standard. Vistar has a coverage of 550 sq ft and a life of one year, twice that of air purifiers currently available in the market; It is priced at Rs 20,000, half that of existing products
The Centre has taken steps to analyse the performance of Atal Incubation Centres, which incubates start-ups. This performance monitoring will happen through an online medium. For this purpose, a pl
I thought we were done with the startup bubble in India. I thought the age where every Tom, Dick, and Harry would consider themselves entrepreneurs and start something up was behind us.
This week on Startup Street, a Pune-based firm says it can predict startup success; a Japanese company that’s promising artificial shooting stars by 2020; and some bad news for the Indian startup ecosystem. Here’s what went on: SRKay Consulting Group’s new algorithm can predict a startup’s future.
By:Vineet Khurana How to impress angels if you want investment, dispel these myths Recently, I met an optimist start-up entrepreneur friend who believed that getting angel investors to back her idea was the easiest thing ever. After going through the strenuous process of validating the “next big thing” that she had started a few months ago, her conclusion was: “It works”.
India may be third after the United States and China in the global start-up ecosystem rankings, but the country may have much to learn from Hong Kong, which successfully hosted RISE, Asia’s biggest tech event a week ago, bringing together start-up entrepreneurs from across the globe under one roof to discuss the road ahead.
Beginning today, this paper is launching the fourth edition of The Economic Times Startup Awards, the finest accolade recognising the best of Indian entrepreneurship. A jury consisting of the who’s who of the startup world will meet in Bengaluru to choose the winners from a list of high achievers on Monday, July 23.
India’s largest automotive company is testing the startup waters. The 73-year-old Tata Motors last week picked up a 26% stake in Bengaluru-based truck aggregator TruckEasy for an undisclosed amount. This strategic investment will provide the automobile firm a toehold in the rapidly growing technology-driven freight logistics space and an understanding of intra-city freight movement, a joint press release from…
Singapore’s CCube Angels Network has invested Rs. 3.5 crore in Inner Being Wellness, a nutri-food start-up based out of city. The start-up received SG $6,90,131 from the network partners Atim Kabra, Vipin Agarwal and Sandesh Pandhare and a few others.
Chennai: The Second Edition of Carbon Zero Challenge (CZeroC), a pioneering initiative aimed at encouraging environmental entrepreneurs, has attracted participants from all over the country. More than 850 registrations from students, start-ups and entrepreneurs besides educational institutions have been received so far for CZeroC 2019, a Green Business Idea Contest pioneered by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras in collaboration with Virtusa and Shaastra 2019.
Google on Tuesday announced ‘Launchpad Accelerator India,’ a mentorship program that would aim to support Indian start-ups that deploy artificial intelligence and machine learning to build solutions for local needs. The company said the program builds on the success of the global Launchpad Accelerator program.
India has provided for a nurturing ground to numerous startups in the past few years but they are merely clones of Western ideas. The lack of technical innovation in India has led to venture capitalists restricting funding, resulting in slow decay of entrepreneurship in India.
Nearly a third of the companies have defaulted on the loans they have taken from the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). These loans were extended on “easy terms” towards developing new technologies, and to encourage start-ups.
IP Due Diligence for Start-ups in the 2018 Legal Environment – The Most Important Conversation – IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law
For IP due diligence for investment in a start-up the most important conversation is with the key developers. Was open source software used? Is this a variation of what an engineer was working on at a prior company? Was the design changed during development after some dead-ends?