Programme features mentorship under Industry leaders from India and the US, Nexus to bring together strongest players in Indian ecosystem to help start-ups commercialise
India’s largest business angels group Indian Angel Network is gearing up to become the single largest platform for seed and early-stage investing, having after introduced the Rs 350 crore global fund in April 2017, said Indian Angel Network (IAN)’s recently appointed Managing Partner (maiden fund…
The government of Assam has partnered with Invest India in order to provide strong support to budding entrepreneurs and developing start-ups in the state. The government along with Invest India will help in creating a vibrant ecosystem for start-ups in the state.
This is the biggest start-up summit in the central and northern India, and it was the first time for the entire edtech start-up ecosystem to come together under a roof.
The Startup India Hub, recently launched by Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, is working on a new initiative in order to help start-ups get accessed to government schemes and venture funds directly from the platform. The initiative is taken by the government, as start-ups had bee…
Fitzpatrick said India is a great place for innovation and some of the greatest things have been happening in the Indian market from innovation perspective. India has gone through the entire maturity of Cloud and starting to adopt and embrace it, she added.
Through the program, the Bank will help MSMEs understand the impact of the proposed changes under the new tax system. Missed Call Helpline facility, GST-ready Working Capital Management, GST-ready Invoicing and Cash Management solution, and GST-ready Business Credit Cards will be provided.
Mallya said GST is an example of how digitisation is helping in adoption of technology. The technological transformation in SME space seems to be significant post GST rollout, he said.
The Goods and Services Tax (GST), which got introduced on July 1, is expected to be a good turn for the organised logistics players going forward. The logistics industry in India is likely to grow at a rate of 9-10 per cent over the medium-term, supported by underlying structural p…
According to the report, about 13 e-Commerce companies which raised a total of around $3.46 billion in 2015 managed to receive just $1.31 billion in 2016 in FDI inflows.