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News and Trends

Mekr Raises INR 5.8 Crore In Seed Funding

The fund raised will be utilized in strengthening sales, supply chain, tech and project management team and working capital requirements

Starting a Business

This New $100 million+ VC Fund Aims to Solve the Ocean Plastic Crisis in Asia

Companies developing plastic-alternatives raised record funding last year. This year will be even better.

Entrepreneurs

5 Asian Startups That Are Trying to Solve The Plastic Problem

"There's one issue that will define the contours of this century more dramatically than any other, and that is the urgent and growing threat of a changing climate," - Former U.S. President Barack Obama

Lifestyle

This Startup is Making Plastic Green

Plastic waste is a global problem. One of the major concerns with its usage is that it takes too long to decompose, harming the environment, flora and fauna. A Singapore startup is trying to that

Business News

Garbage In, Energy Out: Synova Power Turns Waste Into Electricity

Plastic waste is a major threat to ocean health but instead of dumping it, it could be a good and cheap fuel for the technology Synova has developed.

Business News

Is Your CPG Company on the Right Side of History?

Finding alternatives to plastic packaging choking the oceans is good marketing and you'll be proud of having done it.

Lifestyle

Five Ways Indian Startups Can Have a Positive Impact on the Environment

With the help of technology, startups can further help the environment while simultaneously reduce costs as well.

News and Trends

These #3 Companies are Fighting Smog For a Healthy Environment

One cannot ignore the long-term harm that plastics cause in terms of land pollution

Growth Strategies

How 'Make in India' Plastics will Counter Import Dependency

To enable successful implementation of local manufacturing, we must stop relying on imports and focus on indigenous technologies

Business News

Why California's Plastic Bag Ban Might Backfire

A look at the consequences for businesses and shoppers.