The huge growth potential of tech startups as vast swathes of Indians get online is persuading Japanese investors to overcome their instinctive reluctance to enter a chaotic market like India.
More disposable income is increasing the demand for luxury products in India, but access to luxury brands is limited. Snapdeal wants to change that equation.
Ecommerce companies in India are now in a race not just get more and more consumers but also to amass new tech tools that will give them an edge in the competition.
Who better than a traveler to guide another with stories of lesser-known places, safe home-stays, and out-of-the-world experiences? Delhi-based Tripoto facilitates that.
SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son says he expects Indian ecommerce to grow into $0.5 trillion business within 10 years.
This tie-up is a big step-up in distribution capability for both Amazon and Future Group, and sounds fresh alarm bells for local ecommerce players Flipkart and Snapdeal.
Flipkart's #BigBillionDay was trending on Twitter in India, but mostly for the wrong reasons. Yet, it claims to have achieved a sales target of $100 million in GMV.
Jolla is priced just a bit more than Mi 3. But then all those frustrated by Xiaomi flash sales might find the smartphone from the land of Nokia to be a great option.
The budget smartphone market has just got shaken up again with the unveiling of Google's Android One in India at $105. Here are 5 ways in which it’s a disruptor
India's ecommerce players are busy figuring out the ways to score in a diverse mobile-first market. Who is best placed to ride this rising tide of mcommerce?
A day after Flipkart made its US$1 billion funding announcement, Amazon announces that it will invest an additional US$2 billion in India.
Can Flipkart be India's Amazon? That's a moot point as Flipkart has another benchmark. US$1 billion funding puts it in the same position as Alibaba in 2005.
Here's a cheatsheet of venture capital funding in tech startups to give you a picture of what has been happening in India the past four quarters
Books, clothes, and electronics; these we have become familiar with in stores like Flipkart. Latest online marketplace Tolexo sells heat guns, drills, and so on