On-demand cab service provider Ola cabs is expanding its wings beyond the cab business. The Bangalore-based startup, which has been giving Uber a stiff competition in the on-demand cab space, has now started an all new app called the “Ola Store” for grocery delivery. Recently, it had also started a meals delivery on chosen routes which had met with a mixed response. #OlaStore is here! Get the app http://t.co/bxDXU2w7Oh to order your grocery needs.Follow @ola_store…
Flipkart, Amazon, and Snapdeal are currently locked in a slugfest for a piece of the $11 billion Indian e-commerce pie. They’re offering jaw-dropping discounts, spending millions on promotions, and even taking out snarky advertisements against their competitors, all in a bid to woo the Indian consumer. But last month, Flipkart hinted that it might do something quite extreme – the company said that it could shut down its website.
With Snapdeal, the country’s second largest online marketplace, signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) last week, the trend of online companies promoting entrepreneurship is consolidating.
Food is sacred to Indians and each region in India boasts of an array of its own special snacks and its variations and Ankur Phadnis of Namkeenwale purports to bring all of them to you, at your doorstep.
Rahul Yadav is not one to stay out of the limelight for too long. Barely a fortnight after his dramatic ouster from Housing.com, and an intervening period when he tried to look for a girlfriend on Facebook, Rahul is back to doing what he does best. He’s announced a startup that will be bigger and better than Housing.com.
An animated monkey character that follows you from app to app, watches what you’re doing and suggests products that you might want to buy has been born!
The Housing.com website has been hacked and a mysterious message has been put up by the perpetrators.
Digital Gorkha is a housing security system that implements visitor security policies in large residential campuses. The company uses technology to streamline the identification, authentication, registration, badging and monitoring of visitors.
For the first time, Stanford Angels and Entrepreneurs (SAE) is venturing out of the Bay Area, California by setting up their India chapter. The chapter is being founded by Paula Mariwala, who graduated from Stanford University in 1988, and others.
There are a slew of coupon based sites in India today, all offering incredible discounts to their delighted customers. But one company, in the short span of 15 months, has established itself as a premier player in the discount coupons space. It is the Hyderabad-based startup, GrabOn.