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Growth Strategies

Why Is Vernacular The Next Big Battleground For Online Domination?

Imagine a 'Digital India' free of linguistic fences; free from the monopoly of English as a language on the internet which many Indians are unable to comprehend. With the advent of affordable internet connectivity and wider network coverage, the potential market of the native Indian user on the internet cannot be underestimated.

How the Failure of WeWork and Uber has Forced SoftBank Backers to Rethink Their Strategies; Reports

When things were going well, SoftBank's glory was unprecedented and awe-inspiring.Today, it has become the bone of contention with everyone questioning it

Paytm's Gaming Arm in Talks to Raise $25 Million

Paytm's gaming arm, Paytm First Games, is reportedly in discussion with investors to raise as much as $25 million for expansion purposes

Flipkart's Strategic Moves to Survive in Tough Competition

Recently, Flipkart has begun revamping its platform by shifting its focus on sellers and consumers

6 Indian Unicorns and Their Multi-Mega Acquisition Tales

Acquiring a company when you have the resources and money is one of the easiest ways for start-ups to accelerate business growth

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