This was the first venture debt fund in India that has provided loans to 50 early and growth stage companies. It will now leverage Temasek’s expertise, resources and network to strengthen its foothold...
The two-year-old startup has onboarded about 10,000 vendors and serviced over 100,000 customers in Mumbai.
“I was running a gaming startup before this. It made me round as a volleyball as I would eat too many pizzas and never exercise. After it got acquired, I thought I will download all the fitness apps a...
Registrations have opened for Conquest 2015, which is an international competition for idea-stage startups or those registered after January 1, 2013.
Just a few years back, you couldn’t think of buying furniture online in India. But now CapriCoast has raised $1.25 million seed capital to sell modular kitchens online.
The one-year-old startup claims of servicing 2,000 orders per month by on-boarding 100 trucks and tempos.
In the last one year, it has acquired seven startups expanding its reach to 22 countries.
India’s online grocery sector is hotting up after Amazon recently entered the scene. Now startup service Grofers is expanding.
An old adage of teaching is not to tell someone how to do something, but to show them. Whatfix is a cloud-based tool that makes it easy for anyone to do that.
A three-wheeler booking service is a first for Uber, which had started out with only luxury sedans when it first arrived in India.
Faulty diets and unhealthy lifestyles have led to a spike in chronic diseases requiring home care. Startups like Portea and Zoctr are jumping in with services for this segment.
Urban Ladder is scaling up after establishing its credentials. It finds good furniture-makers, and gives them product designs suited for the urban middle-class.
India’s education system lacks a practical approach. This startup wants to change that with VC funding
Purple Squirrel claims it has conducted over 8,000 training sessions across 300 Indian companies.
Last month, Ola acquired TaxiForSure to gain a strong muscle against Uber. Now it has a huge new round of funding
Ecommerce marketplace Snapdeal acquires mobile top-up site FreeCharge to create a mobile user base of 40 million, which they want to increase ten-fold in a few years.
FirstCry follows a hybrid retail model with about 100 franchisee stores across 85 cities across the country.
The money will go towards building an ubiquitous mobile wallet for Indians.