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Swipe right yet?
Dating apps are getting a lot of love, but they have a long way to go before making any profit

Shruti Venkatesh

“If the government does not step in with clear incentives, the industry will collapse”

Riyaaz Amlani, CEO & MD of Impresario Handmade Restaurants on why the restaurant industry in India is in peril

Shruti Venkatesh | APR 06 , 2020

Swipe right yet?

Dating apps are getting a lot of love, but they have a long way to go before making any profit

Shruti Venkatesh | MAR 09 , 2020

I toot, you tweet

An “anti-establishment” tweet, a blocked account, a trending hashtag:  the perfect recipe for a movement — of Indians leaving Twitter for Mastodon

Rishabh Bhatnagar | NOV 08 , 2019

Turbulent Times For e-tailers

In its bid to level the playing field for offline retailers, the new e-eommerce policy has caused unrest among online giants

Shruti Venkatesh | JAN 14 , 2019

Up, up and away

Corporates are slow in making boardrooms gender diverse but women leaders are pushing ahead

Binjal Shah | JAN 08 , 2019

One-Click Credit

Pay-later services are cashing in on urban lifestyles by extending credit quick and easy

Prathamesh Mulye | SEP 28 , 2018

The Game Changers

Gamezop wants you to play games on mobile browsers without downloading the apps

Shruti Venkatesh | SEP 07 , 2018

Warring For Kirana Territory

Given the high order frequency and under penetration, online grocery is the next battleground for both online and offline retailers

Kripa Mahalingam | AUG 14 , 2018

Making Helmets ‘Cool’

Jarsh Innovations' air-conditioned helmets make life easier for industrial workers

Shruti Venkatesh | JUN 27 , 2018

Fandom Shopping

A whole bunch of merchandising start-ups are cashing in on pop culture

Debangana Ghosh | JUN 25 , 2018

Rebooting the Workforce

With IT firms opting for automation, reskilling is the only way for employees to remain relevant

Prathamesh Mulye | JUN 08 , 2018

Feeling The Squeeze

Consolidation is the name of the game as private equity and venture capitalists turn cautious

Shilpa Elizabeth Abraham | AUG 04 , 2017

No Humans Involved

It’s a change that is seeping in slowly. Will robots now Make in India?

Himanshu Kakkar | OCT 04 , 2016

Online to Offline

Online start-ups are headed the omni-channel way, but integration remains key

Avantika Seth | SEP 19 , 2016

Sale season

Like most shoppers, Flipkart bought Jabong for a song. But did it really need it?

Kripa Mahalingam | AUG 17 , 2016

Hitching a ride

New players are using co-marketing to draw customers and scale up

Himanshu Kakkar | JUL 26 , 2016

Lenders of the e-kind

Peer to peer lending start ups are looking to change the way credit is disbursed

Rajat Ubhaykar | JUN 10 , 2016

What do you want fixed?

Service providers, at your beck and call, promise to make life easy

Adit Mathai | MAR 30 , 2016

Bringing good health home

Your home could be your hospital — thanks to these firms 

Adit Mathai | FEB 03 , 2016

Making it in India

The race is on to develop a 100% Indian smartphone. But what's the driver, really?

Himanshu Kakkar | JAN 19 , 2016

Wannabe unicorns not allowed

Start-ups are finding it difficult to crack the cartelised, highly tech-averse freight transportation industry in India

Rajat Ubhaykar | JAN 13 , 2016

Venture adventure

Debt may be the lifeline some start-ups need but will investors step up?

Kripa Mahalingam | DEC 11 , 2015

Death on wheels

Who is responsible for the increasing number of highway deaths due to massively overloaded trucks?

Rajat Ubhaykar | DEC 08 , 2015

A convenient arrangement

Part four of the highway economy series reveals the helplessness of local businessmen on NH39

Rajat Ubhaykar | NOV 17 , 2015