Sequoia Capital, Tiger Global, and Accel Partners lead the pack. Make a guess who the others are before you dive into the article to find out.
The seven-year-old startup will launch a platform to allow users to publish stories in Indian languages.
BlueStone offers a range of precious jewellery. The category is estimated to be worth $50-60 billion market a year in India.
With fresh funding, it plans to launch an app to connect users with their personal dietitian for real-time counseling.
India-based Simplilearn, an online education startup for professionals seeking IT certifications, has secured $15M in series C funding led by Mayfield.
The funding will be used for building games around Indian IPs and also user-acquisition focused campaigns for Star Chef.
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.
What matters on social media is not just the number of followers but the level of engagement. That’s why an app like Crowdfire has more than 10 million users.
Payment solutions startup wants to use the funds to boost marketing, product development, hiring talent, and moving the headquarters to Bangalore from Mumbai.
How should entrepreneurs prepare themselves before going out to seek venture capital funding? Here are 10 questions, and some useful hints for answering them.
Haptik lets users get instant help for queries regarding products and services of 180 companies using a WhatsApp-like messaging channel.
Venture capital funding can help a startup thrive, scale, and grow faster. But seeking it can be daunting for newbie entrepreneurs. Here's how to start.
Tech is still largely a man's world, but more and more women in India are turning technopreneurs. Here's a look at 10 change-makers in the tech startup scene.
“We don’t do small experimental games. Only Flappy Bird can do that and get away with it.” An interview with 99games
Rohith Bhat from 99games tells us how the company balances original and licensed IP, what challenges studios like his face, and what it's up to next.
Who are the early bird investors in India making big bets on startups there? 500 Startups tops the list, followed by Blume Ventures, Accel Partners, and Kalaari...
A wardrobe configurator is one example of the many innovations at Indian furniture etailer Urban Ladder, which has just raised US$21 million.
Indian travel startup TripHobo has secured series A funding of over US$1 million from Kalaari Capital. The two-year-old portal lets travelers share itineraries ...
In March 2012, one of India’s most interesting niche e-stores, Zivame, secured series A funding to help it grow. Now the lingerie e-tailer has a further investm...
Indian online education and training startup Simplilearn has raised $10 million in series B funding from Helion Venture Partners and Kalaari Capital. It’s quite...