It was an idea whose time had come. Indian women wanted western office wear, and the ones available didn’t suit their shape.
Behind every successful company is a crack team of intrepid individuals – entrepreneurs, coders, product managers, designers – working together to build a legacy. These are stories about the founders in the tech industry, and their journey to get to where they are today.
Go-Jek founder Nadiem Makarim has put two young women in charge of forging Go-Jek’s path into services beyond transportation:
Zookal has created an online video marketplace where students can share their expertise with their peers.
“Imagine you’re a business that’s global in nature, and you’re growing globally. You have lots of customers in Silicon Valley, the Bay Area, the UK, and Austral...
People like to watch sports, but how many people actually participate? A new app wants to get people moving.
When the team at Czur started their crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo last month, they set a modest goal of US$20,000. A faster and more accurate scanner certa...
After Flipkart’s Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal, and Snapdeal’s Rohit Bansal, it’s Abhishek Bansal of six-month-old Shadowfax who is out to deliver results fast...
Today is Women Entrepreneurs Day. What better way to observe the occasion than to be inspired by women who made it against the odds?
Though 3D printing was officially invented in 1984, the concept of copying and recreating something three-dimensional still comes across to some as something th...
In 2004, the National Cancer Institute funded a project using open-source software to supply biobanks with storage systems for biological samples like blood or ...
Hard work and perseverance pays off in any job.
A few months ago, Pranshu Bhandari got a call from a clothing factory owner. He was thanking her for her work on Hello English, an app that teaches English to s...
"If a fart can sell so much money, I wanted to get into the game!"
Get up, stand up.
Nilesh Patel’s previous startup led him to realise how companies were missing out on an important aspect of marketing and client relationships.
The flower ecommerce startup has customer satisfaction as its primary goal.
Magnus Ekbom is back as Lazada Indonesia’s CEO, replacing Alex Dardy and Elizabeth Craft. This makes him the de facto king of online retail in Jakarta.
Starting up in Sri Lanka wasn’t easy but these entrepreneurs persevered through the rough times.
This startup uses basic information to help you file your tax returns online.