One-woman outfit, ENAH, is trying to raise awareness on ethical fashion with its range of clothes, and it offers a unique service where it tailer-makes orders according to personal measurements input online.
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.
A Chennai-based startup Harnesstouch has created a revolutionary new operating system to revamp how students learn in class and how teachers engage with them.
Delhi-based AaramShop wants to make it easier for Indian consumers to shop for groceries online by making the connection between them and neighborhood retail stores.
The Chennai-based startup provides a cloud-based workflow management tool, called cFlow, for small and midsized businesses to manage and automate processes.
India's IT trade body received 4,000 applications for its 10,000 Startups program, drawing most applicants in education projects and Bangalore leading with most entries ahead of Delhi NCR.
The Bangalore-based startup says its CanvasJS charting software is more compatible across various devices than competitors running on Flash or SVG, and runs over 10 times faster.
The idea behind Bangalore-based Urban Ladder came about when its two founders realized a void in India's home decor market where few offered furniture of strong trust, quality, pricing, and overall looks.
Choosing your co-founder can be like choosing your spouse. Some questions you need to ask: how well you know them, how you complement each other, and how open-minded they are.
Startups in India have much to learn from the Lean Six Sigma philosophy which Mumbai Dabbawala Association adopts, ensuring the timely delivery of home-cooked food between Indian homes and offices.
Eureka Mobile Advertising, a startup by U.K.-based Indian entrepreneurs offers an innovative monetizing option to advertisers while mutually benefiting users via deals, discounts and free talk time.