Startup India: Page 2
For starters, it must be accepted that the idea of a software being 'unbreakable', as has been utilized by many, is extremely impractical and hazardous.
How can we expect a common man to even consider buying something as complicated as an "Ultra Short Term Debt Fund"?
Entrepreneurship is meant to be competitive, not cosy.
When we incentivize smaller industries we are also dis-incentivizing them from becoming big -Vivek Anand – Assistant Commissioner CBEC – Dept of Revenue, Ministry of Finance
Stayzilla has gotten entangled in a criminal case that has led to founder Yogi Vasupal's arrest.
Will the emphasis on Make in India and digital economy boost start-ups in hardware and manufacturing domain?
"PM Modi himself has proved that he is an entrepreneur of the best kind by tackling the problem of converting India from an outsourcing hub into an innovation destination
"There are a lot of boards that lack women and it's not that we don't want them, but where are they?"
From being an ex-Google employee to donning different roles at Moglix, a conversation with Founder of Moglix, Rahul Garg
Why has this not been worked out till now by virtually all Indian startups?
The Government of India envisages to improve the participation of entrepreneurs in the Startup India programme across the country.
A state caught by the entrepreneurial wind.
A corporate tax of 30% was levied on the angel investors which will now be removed.
The current dry funding spell in the 'Startup India' might give a huge leeway to investors to scout for 'real' businesses in the 'Make in India'. In other words, would Make in India be the new 'sexy' for investors to bet on?