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India added 1,200 new technology startups in 2018 as against 1,000 last year, software lobby Nasscom said in a report on the startup ecosystem.
As India gets ready for electric mobility, both the state and central governments are taking up initiatives to encourage its use. However, the report suggests that electric vehicle sale accounts for less than 1% of total vehicles sold in the country.
Online classifieds platform Olx Indiahas witnessed stellar growth in FY18 scoring past its performance last year.
Sports fan engagement social platform Rooter is looking to expand its offering in Indian and international languages as it aims to increase the number of users it engages with.
Tiger Global has raised $3.75 billion in its latest venture capital fund, dubbed as Tiger Global Private Investment Partners XI, surpassing the earlier target of $3 billion, reports The Financial Times.
Online restaurant listing startup Zomato is checking out of the most prominent address in Gurgaon, One Horizon Center, as the rent for the DLF-owned property is seen as high.
Home-grown conversational chatbot firm Haptik has set its sights on the international market, expecting non-India business to grow to over half its total revenue next year, and higher thereafter.
OYO Hotels has launched its hotel chain in three cities of Indonesia — Jakarta, Surabaya, and Palembang — bringing 30 properties, as the company aims to expand its presence in the Southeast Asian hospitality market.
Cross-border amalgamations and partnerships always help companies in testing the waters in international markets with a low-risk appetite. US retail giant Walmart is no exception here.
Earlier this week, foodtech Unicorn Swiggy and digital payment app FreeCharge have been served with “cease and desist” notice from Baseline Ventures, the cricketer Prithvi Shaw’s sports marketing company.
Online travel company MakeMyTrip Limited has announced the launch of ‘Experiences’, aimed at providing consumers with curated and unique hyperlocal travel services.
Search giant Google is reportedly trying to enter the ecommerce space in India and it is all set to launch an online storefront in November for all its branded hardware products.