Prasannata Patwa

Prasannata Patwa

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Deals and Specials

Sachin Bansal: From IIT to Becoming an Ace Investor

While the billionaire was not happy exiting Flipkart, now he has multiple companies in his portfolio
Business News

With Cinema TV launch, VU Technologies expects to cash on Indian Premier League, Olympics

The company expects 20-25 per cent sales growth with these scheduled sports and athletics extravaganzas
Starting a Business

[Start-it-up] How To Start Your Own Journal Business

Do you have a knack for organizing and planning? Do you love colour coordinating your excel sheets? Then planner or journals is just the right business idea for you. With very little investment and planning you could start this up. Tune in to know how.
Startups

[Funding Alert] Kuku FM in Talks to Raise $5-7 Million From Existing and New Investors

The Series A funding round will see participation from existing investors including India Quotient and China's Shunwei Capital
Startups

Quirky and Funny, the New Mantra for Millennials

Among the glut of quirky products, planners and journals are increasingly taking over millennials' desk and bag spaces.
Startups

These "Start-ups" are Reducing Cash Burn to Target Profitability

The move has become stronger after real estate firm WeWork's IPO fell through pushing Indian late-stage investors to focus on making money
FMCG

iD Fresh Foods enters Kolkata; eyes eastern market

The Bengaluru-based ready-to-cook food company also plans to expand footprint in west and north India
News and Trends

India's burgeoning 'ready-to-eat' segment stands out

While Nestle has entered the space, domestic foods companies are also expanding footprint
Retail

Ximivogue to bet on bigger 'experiential stores' to tap demand in metros

The China-based company till now had been operating smaller stores in tier II and III cities
Media Coverage

Among VCs, Softbank Appeared The Most In Indian Media Followed By Sequoia and Tiger Global

Softbank reportedly suffered $6.5 billion in operating losses from investments in cash-burning businesses including New York-based real estate firm WeWork, and cab-hailing service Uber.

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