Indian startup employees have never had it so good. After Flipkart and Snapdeal had annouced new offices that would make the most jaded employee start looking forward to Mondays, Freecharge has come up with a brand new office of its own.
War between Ola and Uber is getting more and more intense with every passing day and soon it may be even spill beyond the streets of India. Didi Kuaidi, China’s biggest Taxi aggregator app backed by Alibaba is planning to invest in homegrown Ola
ompany has now released a safety feature that will keep all the users number private. From now onwards even drivers will not be able to see them.
With the launch of Freecharge wallet on Tuesday, Snapdeal is taking on market leader Paytm head on that recently claimed to have more than 100 million wallet users in the country.And whichever side we may look but in the end consumers will be the winners.
Ola and Uber might have a competitor in India soon – Split, a ride-sharing Finnish. Split, a ride-sharing Finnish startup with operations in Washington DC, is aiming to grab a share of the fiercely competitive app-based cab hailing business in India dominated by Uber and Ola
Name a need, and there’s an app for it. Technology these days can help you find jobs, cars, and even love. But what if all one wants is a nice stiff drink at the end of a long day? Some young Indian kids think they have a solution.
Jabong is looking for new CEO as Current CEO and co-founder Arun Chandra Mohan quit , to start his new venture.
Things are afoot in the payments industry. Its all started in August when RBI approved payment banks licenses for Airtel, Reliance, Paytm, Vodafone and Aditya Birla Nuvo. Several other entities which have been given ‘in-principle’ approval. Mobikwik, Oxigen, Citrus, and Novopay Itz Cash Card also applied for the licence but failed to get the nod from RBI.
Practo is growing by leaps and bounds. Days after the online healthcare platform announced that it was expanding into Indonesia, the company has acquired hospital information management company Insta Health for $12 million (Rs 80 crore) as it looks to rapidly expand its footprint of doctors and users across the globe.
Indian startup founders have had it pretty good over the last few years. Valuations of their companies have soared, and they’ve become fabulously wealthy. Here are the richest Indian startup founders in 2015.