Here’s What Prime Minister Modi’s Startup India 2016 Plan Looks Like

Here’s What Prime Minister Modi’s Startup India 2016 Plan Looks Like

The much awaited startup India event by the Indian government took place today. A series of stimulating sessions and talks by the most imminent startup founders from India and the likes of Uber founder Travis Kalanick and Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son were had. Indian prime minister Narendra Modi, who spearheaded the event, finally laid down the main agenda for startups in India. Beginning his speech with a light hearted quip about it being a holiday…

Rahul Yadav’s Housing Stake Presented To Employees As Phantom Stock; Employees Protest

Rahul Yadav’s Housing Stake Presented To Employees As Phantom Stock; Employees Protest

Housing employees hadn’t received the shares that Yadav had promised them. And now it turns out that they might not receive the shares at all – at least not in the traditional sense. On 12th January, the company announced in an email to the staff that they would get their share of Yadav’s gift in the form of phantom stock units.

Ecommerce Startups Are Now Focussing On Real Estate In A Big Way

Ecommerce Startups Are Now Focussing On Real Estate In A Big Way

Looks like consolidation in the online real estate market in India is on the anvil, and strategic investments and partnerships would be the key to dominating it. Snapdeal is pushing its real estate arm and is also rumoured to be in talks to buy housing.com.
Quikr recently acquired commonfloor.

Exclusive: Newly Appointed Flipkart CPO Punit Soni To Leave Company

Exclusive: Newly Appointed Flipkart CPO Punit Soni To Leave Company

Flipkart’s new CEO appointment and its subsequent management rejig has had an unexpected fallout – Chief Product Officer and former Google executive Punit Soni shall be soon leaving the company. When contacted, Soni said that he couldn’t talk about the matter at the moment, but said that “India has unique opportunities and unique challenges.”

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