Most institutional investors are based in Mumbai, India’s financial capital. But now VCs are realizing the need to be closer to the entrepreneurial action in Bangalore. Matrix Partners is the latest.
Like Layer, PepperTalk makes it really easy to integrate chat features into any app.
Location-based food ordering service TinyOwl, which raised $16 million two months ago, today flew from Mumbai into other Indian cities.
Like a room without a roof.
Amazon is now trying something new in India, allowing shoppers to get food and other essentials delivered from nearby convenience stores.
Ola, India’s top homegrown on-demand car service, is trying something new today with the launch of Ola Cafe.
Twitter is set to open an R&D facility in India, the company confirmed today. This is not really a surprise, since it comes weeks after Twitter acquired local startup Zipdial.
At Tech in Asia, we are serious about unearthing the best startups across Asia. Apart from having great writers scattered across the region, writing about new innovations from Indonesia and Hong Kong,...
This mobile-only startup delivers curated, healthy, and affordable lunch to office-goers.
Want to go drinking with friends tonight? This startup will point you to watering holes with the happiest hours
Remember that drinking out session where you felt you had splurged too much? Or all the time wasted looking for the right place to hangout? Here’s a startup founded by a duo who experienced similar pa...
Beijing, Tokyo, Shanghai, and Bangalore are the fastest growing startup hubs in the world in terms of the number of VC deals in the past two years.
Zoomcar was founded by Americans Greg Moran and David Back in Bangalore last year. Among its first backers was Lawrence H. Summers, former president of Harvard University.
Bookpad, a one-year-old startup founded by three engineers from IIT Guwahati, is Yahoo's first Indian tech startup acquisition.
India’s ecommerce boom is at high velocity, but the nation’s online groceries sector has been a lot slower to take off.
With nearly 400,000 listings, CommonFloor is one of the top property portals in India. Co-founder Sumit Jain shares the story of hurdles, pivots, and triumphs
Come September, the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC), which has been a regular fixture in China, will arrive in India.
Capillary's services include a loyalty program engine that is integrated into a store's point-of-sales system. For retailers, the loyalty program doubles as a source of data on customers.