Last year, ConveGenius was awarded the “Best Startup to Work For” award in the ed-tech category. It wasn’t surprising at all for the team, as the founders since the beginning had personally designed every workplace policy to keep the culture as hospitable as possible. Today, Shashank Pandey, the co-founder of ConveGenius shares his secrets on how he built an amazing workplace, exclusively on Office Chai.
SutraHR’s new Bombay office looks straight out of an art project, a DIY hobbyist’s den and a quaint French cafe all rolled into one.
Bangalore has yet another swanky office to add to its growing list.  7, one of the world’s largest providers of chat agents, has set up a spanking new office in the city.
The office is spread over 4.5 lakh square feet and can house 7,000 employees.
Instamojo has recently turned 3, and the company has moved into a swanky new Bangalore office. Founded in 2012 by Aditya Sengupta, Akash Gehani, Harshad Sharma and Sampad Swain, Instamojo provides customers a platform to sell digital goods like ebooks, reports, comic books, music, software, templates, photos and tutorials by listing the item on the website and sharing the web link with others.
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.
Mark Zuckerberg has been opening up about his personal life of late. (You’d think that would come with being the owner of a website that’s built on people sharing travel updates and baby pictures). He’s been using Facebook to share his travel pics, his views about world events, and even letting the world know that his wife was expecting. But he’s just gone ahead and done something he hadn’t done yet – he’s offered the world a tantalizing glimpse into Facebook’s office.
It’s every public speaker’s nightmare come true. While speaking at a Frankfurt event with thousands of media personnel and auto fans in attendance, BMW CEO Harald Kruger was overcome by a dizzying fit and fainted on stage.
Increasing migration to the cities and thus an ever-expanding fleet of vehicles, lack of traffic management, and inefficient and inadequate public transport is adding to the commuting woes of the Indian employee. The traffic woes in IT hubs like Gurgaon, Bangalore and Mumbai are well documented. Good news is that companies in India are cognizant and also sympathetic of the employee’s woes and some of them are coming forward with various initiatives and ideas to help mitigate, if not eradicate this problem plauging the average Indian worker.
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.
Indian-origin entrepreneur Payal Kadakia, 32, figures among the 10 most promising women entrepreneurs of 2015 in the list released by Fortune magazine. Payal is the CEO and co-founder of ClassPass, a two-year-old start-up that gives customers access to thousands of boutique fitness classes in their area.