Surgerica.com lets online users research a medical condition, and find credible and curated results on hospitals and healthcare information available in India, Singapore, and Thailand.
Can Bangalore be the next Silicon Valley? Srinivas Kulkarni looks at what it will take for India to have a flourishing startup ecosystem.
Srinivas is an avid blogger and a technology enthusiast who has worked for a couple of digital/tech startups in India since 2010. He has also worked with a few technology clients dealing with tech startups in India and Asia-Pacific, giving him an insight on the country's startup space. In his spare time he listens to audiobooks, podcasts and is a passionate travel blogger.
Bangalore-based Waggle.in wants to connect dog owners with dog lovers who can help keep their dogs safe when they travel.
The Bangalore-based startup plans to make the process easier and is targeting both corporates and consumers with "experience gifting".
A startup built out of a college dorm, Eshack.in offers a collection of funky bar-party and drinking accessories to online consumers in India.
Founded in 2009, Bangalore-based startup Ayojak clocks 600 percent revenue growth in one year and now has rebranded itself in a bid to reach out to a wider audience.
Assamkart.com aims to make it easier for both Indian and international readers to access Assamese e-books and English e-books from Assam, as well as to provide an electronic publishing platform for Assamese writers.
Hyderabad-based Sayshaadi.com uses the Web to connect soon-to-be weds with vendors from multiple facets of the wedding industry to help facilitate a hassle-free blissful event.
Chennai-based startup aims to provide a knowledge-based, self-service portal as well as a community platform to help companies better engage customers in this social era of business.
In this world of entrepreneurial success and tech startups, one thing that will never fade is the art of hustling. In this blogpost, Srinivas Kulkarni discusses how it transpires inspiration to entrepreneurs all over the world.
Mumbai-based startup, Diabe.to, aims to make it easier for diabetic patients to monitor their condition by offering tools that run on Android and iPhone devices.