Posts Tagged ‘ Startup India ’
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Dearton Thomas Hector
US-based Amazon.com Inc’s India subsidiary has launched its global programme for startups, Amazon Launchpad, in the country. Indian startups can market their products under this programme to Amazon customers across the country and the world through an e-store, the company said in a statement on Mo...
SoftBank Group Corp chairman and managing director Masayoshi Son is coming to India early December when the Japanese telecom and Internet conglomerate is expected to make a few high-profile announcements, said two people directly aware of the upcoming visit. SoftBank is one of the largest investors ...
21 November, 2016 |
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has allowed Foreign Venture Capital Investors (FVCIs) registered with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), the capital markets regulator, to invest in Indian startups without any prior permission from the central bank. The RBI allowed such SEBI-registere...
21 October, 2016 |
It’s been six months since the government announced the Startup India action plan. A lot has been talked about since then and the government has received criticism as well as appreciation for the ambitious initiative. In an exclusive interview with TechCircle, Ramesh Abhishek, secretary in the Dep...
10 August, 2016 |
Many startups in India have one or more founders who studied at one of the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology after clearing an entrance exam that only three in 100 managed to pass in 2016. Some of them may now be realising there are tougher tests in life. Consider this: In 2016, 12.07 lakh...
20 July, 2016 |