Shipra Singh

Shipra Singh

Entrepreneur Staff
Freelance Journalist

Now a freelance journalist, ealier steered the Wealth section on the Entrepreneur website, covering everything finance. Previously a personal finance reporter at The Economic Times and Outlook Money.

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Is Indian Market Ripe for Alternate-Meat Revolution?

Several foodtech startups are gearing to take a bite of the fast-growing alternate-meat sector

These Harvard and INSEAD Alumni Are Making Ivy League Education Accessible to Masses

Eruditus came about in 2010 with the aim to make high quality education more accessible and affordable to a broader community of professionals

"Shift to Online After-School Tutoring Was Already Underway, Covid-19 Just Accelerated It"

Vedantu moved online to overcome the inherent limitations of a brick and mortar business, and the idea was to emulate the success it got through offline coaching institute in the digital model

Multi-Pronged Regulations Answer To India's Crypto Problem, Not Blocking Transactions: Experts

It's high time the Indian government solved the regulatory labyrinth, as per industry stakeholders, in order to not just safeguard investor's money but also provide a clear direction to financial institutions

The Future of HR Tech

As human resources management sits on the cusp of a tech overhaul, a slew of startups are cashing in on the opportunity

Why Are Indian Startups On an ESOP Buyback Spree

Benefits of liquidity events like ESOP buybacks are not limited to employees, there is value for companies too

GPay Trails Behind PhonePe In The UPI Race, But Should It Really Be Worried?

Currently, PhonePe, GPay and Paytm together account for around 90 per cent of the overall UPI market

What Made Groww the Second Youngest Fintech Unicorn

The 2017-launched startup has a dual aim: to make investing simple and foster an investing culture in the country

For Restaurants, Second Lockdown Will Be the Straw That Breaks the Camel's Back

Restaurateurs are staring at another tough year as state governments are announcing a new set of lockdown restrictions to control the spread of the second wave of COVID-19 outbreak

Where Does the Women Workforce Stand One Year After COVID-19 Struck

The outbreak of the pandemic last year had dire consequences for the informal workforce across the board, but data and research show that recovery has not been gender-neutral

One Year After Lockdown, Indian Wedding Industry Clocks Fragmented Growth

Even as the number of weddings comes close to pre-pandemic levels, they have squeezed in size and budgets, impacting the revenue of various businesses involved in the supply chain

Govt Mandates Companies To Disclose Crypto Dealings In Financial Statement

All companies that have traded or invested in the virtual tokens will have to disclose profit or loss on transactions, amount of currency held and details of any deposits or advances with any person for the purpose of trading or investing in the virtual tokens

The Minefield of Instant Loan Apps

Illegal lending apps with minimal verification requirements have gained ground among those looking for quick cash but the devil is in the details

This 20-Something Founder is Democratising Education the OTT Way

Akanksha Chaturvedi has built edtech platform Eduauraa which provides quality education at an affordable price to students across economic backgrounds

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