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ShopX To Introduce Voice Assistance As It Eyes Bigger Chunk of E-Retail

The e-commerce start-up that connects small Indian retailers to both suppliers and customers expects the total value of transactions on its platform to multiply to $20 billion annually in the next five-six years

These Two Top VCs Have Had the Best Experiences From Working Together With Founders

Over the course of working with more than 50 start-ups, one of the most valuable learning has been the process of building a bridge of trust and confidence through multiple micro-interactions, say Siddarth and Pranav Pai

What Does This Venture Debt Firm Look For Before Investing in Start-Ups?

Apart from gauging the category position of a company, Trifecta also spends time with equity investors to ensure that expectations are aligned, says managing director Rahul Khanna.

Here's What One of India's Oldest VCs Looks For Before Investing

Given market diversity and a whimsical regulatory framework, one must build businesses for the long term in India to build significant value, says Ventureast's Sarath Naru

Businesses Need To Be Mindful of Social Impact Going Forward, Says This VC

As consumption patterns change due to social and environmental dynamics, Lightbox' Sandeep Murthy stresses on the need to build solutions for these complex problems.

This Quirky Fashion E-tailer Raised $11.2 million. Here's How It Will Be Spent

Catering to an audience that is digitally savvy and wants something different, the Mumbai-based Bewakoof.com has found takers in Bahrain's Investcorp

Down, Not Out: Food Outlets on Online Ordering Disruption

As the food space continues to get disrupted by the likes of Swiggy and Zomato, brands must look at differentiated offerings and focus on pricing to survive

What Makes This Jaipur-based E-commerce Start-up Different?

Having raised funding of $11 million, the company expects to expand to 100 cities across 10 states and reach the underserved strata in the e-retail space.

What Investors Have to Say About The Indian EV Industry

As the electric vehicle space takes flight in the country, investors talk about the need for price parity and vertical integration as the way to grow

This is Why Consumers Are Not Adopting Electric Vehicles in India

While the government is pushing for EVs, problems around awareness and infrastructure must be tackled head-on

Can Drones Make the Consumer Delivery Ecosystem Fly?

If approved, start-ups such as Dunzo and Zomato would be able to cut down costs and drive faster deliveries

50,000 More Start-ups In Five Years: What Can India Do To Help Them Flourish?

With expectations that the number of start-ups in India will double, the government must make clear and consistent policies to help them scale and survive.

This Hyperlocal Indian Delivery Start-up Has Raised $45 Million In Latest Funding Round

The funding for Dunzo comes at a time when the company is battling deep discounting from food delivery start-ups and the entry of e-commerce giant Amazon into the hyperlocal space.

How a Direct-To-Consumer Mattress Start-up Raised INR 11 Cr In Funding

The start-up intends to use the funds for brand building, launching new products and growing the management team.

How private equity investments in Indian companies grew in Q3

A 6 per cent year-on-year rise in investments was led by Reliance Jio's deal with Brookfield and the overall IT sector.