Pitching events mostly connect entrepreneurs with investors. InTech50 has something extra: CIOs from global corporations to hear pitches from 50 chosen Indian software makers.
It doesn’t matter where the software-maker is based, in California or Coimbatore. The sales model of Software-as-a-Service evens the playing field, and puts Indian startups on a roll.
TechHub and iSPIRT collaborate to present the UK as a platform for Indian startups looking to go global. Five startups were chosen to visit The Landing, a co-working space.
Flipkart, Snapdeal, and Ola hog the limelight. But watch out for a new wave – software products made in India
There’s a growing band of Indian companies making software products for global markets. Some of them have attracted smart money, but most are flying under the radar.
Indian tech industry thinktank iSPIRT has just released an index of the top 30 Indian companies making software products. The valuation of the 30 companies worked out to US$6.2 billion.
It has been four months since India's finance minister Arun Jaitley announced an $1.6 billion fund for tech startups. There's no sign of any plan of action yet.
Bookpad, a one-year-old startup founded by three engineers from IIT Guwahati, is Yahoo's first Indian tech startup acquisition.
A growing band of angel investors and seed funds in India are spotting fledgling internet startups with promise and betting on them. Here is a list of 10.
The new Modi government's move to set aside INR 100 billion fund for startups exceeds expectations. This is the first fund of its kind in India.
Bangalore arrived on the world stage in the nineties as a hub for software services and outsourcing. This rode on the back of a global rise in telephony and the internet, and a large pool of Indian so...
India’s premier IT and software services trade association Nasscom – the National Association of Software and Service Companies – has opened its first co-working facility. It’s called Startup Warehous...