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Organizational Success is Only as Functional as the Ecosystem That Supports it

India has steadily strengthened its place into becoming one of the most vibrant landscapes for start-ups, and in terms of sheer volume – with around 5,200 start-ups in 2017

Why Bleetech is a Boon for the Specially Abled

The start-up has received fundings from Social Alpha, IIT Bombay and NASSCOM Foundation

Cybersecurity Jobs Now at Premium as India Goes Digital

Cybersecurity poses new challenges every minute and to deal with them, curricula need to go through a shift by placing the talents in the right hands

Ashish Agarwal

2017: How the Indian Start-up Ecosystem has Fared

According to NASSCOM's report, over 1,000 start-ups have been added in India

Sanchita Dash

Near Bankruptcy Taught Me a Life lesson, and Now Here I am, Says this Indo-American Entrepreneur

Reggie Aggarwal had two career options in sight when he graduated from an US school, either to become an engineer or a doctor, after his parents' wishes.

Can Startups Revive Manufacturing in India?

Will the emphasis on Make in India and digital economy boost start-ups in hardware and manufacturing domain?

What Took Edtech so Long to Gain Ground?

After more than half a decade of tepidness, education technology or Edtech sector is finally coming out of its closet.

Sandeep Soni

#5 Fintech Trends That You May Want To Watch Out For in 2017

Just like India skipped the landline phenomenon and went straight to the mobile revolution, Fintech is likely to go digital.

"Hardware Startups are Hard in General": Ravi Gururaj

What are the key trends of 2017 in the startup space

Why Don't We Have Enough Hardware Startups Today?

With the evolution in technology increasingly the value in hardware is in the software

Sneha Banerjee

Banks or VCs; Where Should Startups Seek Funds?

"There are resources that are available from the government which the startups or SMEs don't even know about"

Sneha Banerjee