India’s Startup Ecosystem Shallow: Flipkart’s Punit Soni

India’s Startup Ecosystem Shallow: Flipkart’s Punit Soni

Punit’s move back to India enables him to have a fascinating perspective into India’s startup journey. Having left India when there was no startup scene here to speak of, and having seen Silicon Valley’s tech scene first hand, when he speaks about India, you listen.

And he’s just predicted a correction in the Indian startup market.

Knodues: A Product To Record, Track And Collaborate On Expenses

Knodues: A Product To Record, Track And Collaborate On Expenses

If the app KnoDues has its way, the problem of recording, tracking and collaborating on shared expenses between contacts will soon be a thing of the past.
KnoDues is a smart phone app which helps the user record shared expenses, split them easily, keep a track of all their dues, remind or inform friends about the dues. The app is seamlessly integrated with the user’s phonebook, ensuring that the friends marked in the expense are updated automatically and instantly. The app’s UI & UX has been designed keeping in mind Google’s material design, thereby making the app visually appealing, easy to navigate and very simple to operate.

Rentomo: A Startup That Lets You To Borrow & Lend Stuff

Rentomo: A Startup That Lets You To Borrow & Lend Stuff

At the heart of the booming startup culture in India lies a strong influence of the oft-used buzzword “Sharing Economy”. It enables buyers and users to come together, use shared services and products across a diverse range, and reduce the burden and evils of manufacturing. Sharing economy has seen its manifestation in popular taxi hailing cabs like Uber and Ola, housing rentals like AirBnB and Couchsurfing and used goods marketplaces like Quikr and OLX. Another…

Andhra Pradesh Govt. To Create 5 New Incubators In The State

Andhra Pradesh Govt. To Create 5 New Incubators In The State

The Andhra Pradesh government is pulling out all stops to turn the state into a startup hub. After it had announced plans to set up India’s largest startup incubator in Hyderabad earlier this week, it has now announced that it plans to create five world-class incubators in the state. It would spend Rs. 750 crore on these incubators over the next 4 years.

Paytm To Block Abusive Customers From Its Platform

Paytm To Block Abusive Customers From Its Platform

Paytm had come across a problem that’s familiar to all e-commerce companies in India – customers being rude and abusive towards their support staff. But unlike other companies that believe in the customer always being right, Paytm decided to take a stand. The company has decided to block customers from their platform who are unreasonably belligerent.

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