Dating apps are getting a lot of love, but they have a long way to go before making any profit
An “anti-establishment” tweet, a blocked account, a trending hashtag: the perfect recipe for a movement — of Indians leaving Twitter for Mastodon
In its bid to level the playing field for offline retailers, the new e-eommerce policy has caused unrest among online giants
Corporates are slow in making boardrooms gender diverse but women leaders are pushing ahead
Pay-later services are cashing in on urban lifestyles by extending credit quick and easy
Adyar Ananda Bhavan has grown from a single outlet in a small town to an Rs.8 billion global business, selling highly commoditised food. All it took was quick thinking and rigour
Urban Company, formerly UrbanClap, has found a growth engine in the on-demand salon services. But can it afford the cash burn?
To consumer brand start-ups looking to raise capital, here’s a ready-reckoner on Fireside Ventures.
Not Uber or Ola, it’s new-age start-ups such as Mobycy and Yulu who are linking the last mile with their compact e-scooters
A host of start-ups have set Up shop in regional languages — for a Bharat that’s much bigger than India
This Mumbai-based start-up is on a mission to open dialysis centres at every nook and corner of your city
Epigamia has become eponymous with flavoured yoghurt in the country, by transforming the humble dahi into a gourmet lifestyle offering
Your business is paying for cloud space more than you use it. Lightwing might help you save a few bucks
In a competitive and cash-guzzling logistics industry, Ecom Express has emerged as a rare success. What is it doing right?
Chennai-based Vummidi Bangaru Jewellers is looking at online sales and foreign stores to further their legacy as a trusted ‘manufacturing jeweller’
Jayaram Banan has elaborate plans to revive Sagar Ratna’s fortunes having bought back his stake from India Equity Partners
Salon chain Naturals has lined up an ambitious expansion spree. Will its gameplan pay off?