Quick Rise Of Quick Commerce
Poised to become a $5 bn market by 2025, the quick commerce segment is currently an investor favourite. Is the 10-minute delivery business sustainable? More importantly, is India ready for it?
Pallavi Chakravorty - February 27, 2022
The Man With No Regrets
In BharatPe’s journey, Ashneer Grover might have made a lot of mistakes, and pissed off many, but how else could he have built a $3-billion company in three years?
Shruti Sonal - August 31, 2021
Who’ll bag the next billion?
India is churning out more unicorns than ever before, thanks to the digital transformation. We give you the start-ups next in line to hit the coveted valuation
Kripa Mahalingam - August 13, 2019
Taking Offline Online
Paytm Mall aims to rival Amazon and Flipkart by offering competitive pricing and fast deliveries from offline stores in small cities
Shilpa Elizabeth Abraham - September 04, 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 - August 02, 2018
Milkbasket’s differentiated model makes it stand out in the online grocery business
Shilpa Elizabeth Abraham - March 20, 2018
Flush with funds, foreign PE investors are making outsized bets. Will it pay off?
Shilpa Elizabeth Abraham - February 23, 2018
Amid the flurry of investments in start-ups, failures are rising too. will this lead to more realistic valuations?
Kripa Mahalingam - April 18, 2016
The nature cafe
Honey Hut plans to bring a new twist to the concept of cafe chains
Avantika Seth - November 17, 2015
Spreading cash like manure
Start-ups are on steroids due to the deluge of cheap capital. Is it too much, too soon?
Kripa Mahalingam - October 12, 2015