From a group of hardware manufacturers in the 1990s, to a countrywide network of game developers, apps and streaming sites today – French startup scene has sure came a long way in the last few decades. A nation crippled with union strikes is slowly making its way to what could well be a tech revolution With new government initiatives and €200 million fund to encourage entrepreneurs across the country, France is making waves in startup sector. Paris, the French capital houses over 5,000 startups alone and a thousand new ones are launched every year. Paris already is a home to 40 accelerators and soon to become the largest digital business incubator in the world. Here’s a list of top startups in Paris.
Singapore’s startup ecosystem is one of the best in the world. The cosmopolitan population, their education and income, availability of funding, eager entrepreneurs and international outlook made Singapore one of the most promising land for startups’ growth. The phenomenon, however, is relatively new in this part of the world. Most of the startup growth took place after 2012. Number of startups and investments are on a roll since then. Let’s take a look at the top startups in Singapore now, shall we?
XLRI has an extensive 50 acres green campus in Jamshedpur. The Dalma hills in the North and Tata Iron & Steel Company in the South bless the campus with right amount of serenity and connectivity with industrial sector. Unlike other leading B-schools in India, XLRI Jamshedpur campus maintains a rather no-fuss demeanour, yet high degree of academic excellence.