After prime minister Narendra Modi, many global VCs are looking at opportunities in early stage funding. Nu Ventures wants to tap into this.
OnePlus One users can now get updates to the CyanogenOS running their phones, following the resolution of a legal dispute between OnePlus and Cyanogen.
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The new generation of Indian entrepreneurs is less reverential toward investors, even if it’s the latter who hold the purse-strings. And that may not be such a bad thing.
With fresh funding, Vedantu, a live tuting tool, will create a system where a student can choose a suitable teacher in real time.
Like Layer, PepperTalk makes it really easy to integrate chat features into any app.
The speech recognition company claims to have served over 4 million users. The fresh funding will be used for global expansion.
Curated marketplace TalentPad wants to use the data analytics and testing capabilities of OptimizedBits to make hiring more efficient in a market where tech startups are mushrooming.
The startup provides exam prep tools to IIT JEE and medical entrance exam students. With fresh funding, it expects to reach 5 million students in three years and cater to newer segments.
India’s tech industry body Nasscom runs an initiative called InnoTrek that picks promising young entrepreneurs from India for a tour of startup mecca Silicon Valley to make useful connections.
The company has a presence in 200 cities and will tap into the rural market with fresh funding. It aims to expand its reach four-fold.
Rahul Yadav who had called his investors “intellectually incapable” in his resignation, has now apologized to the investors.
“We aim to reach 200,000 entrepreneurs, especially in cities that do not have supportive startup ecosystems,” says Parth Gupta, one of the organizers of India’s largest student-run pitch-fests.
Location-based food ordering service TinyOwl, which raised $16 million two months ago, today flew from Mumbai into other Indian cities.
How about a robotics kit that teaches kids to build robots as well as program them? And what if it comes bundled with robot activities that gamify science, technology, engineering, and math concepts?
Startups have singled out problems like direct application for admission, checking institute reviews, applying for scholarship, and buying study material.