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After more than 10 months of speculations, Walmart-owned ecommerce unicorn Flipkart has finally made its move into mobile phone insurance – a $27 Bn worth industry globally.
Amazon has infused another Rs 590 crore in its payments arm, Amazon Pay India, as it looks to boost its core retail sales by incentivising digital payment instruments.
Softbank-backed OYO is looking to expand its Townhouse brand aggressively, with plans to take the number of OYO Townhouse hotels to 400-500 by next year, up from 45 at present, Ankit Tandon, COO, OYO Townhouse, told ET.
Homegrown private equity fund Gaja Capital has acquired a significant minority stake in sports education and training company KOOH Sports in a deal worth Rs 75 crore ($10 million), according to people aware of the development.
Isobar India, the digital agency from Dentsu Aegis Network, has bagged the digital mandate for Marks & Spencer. The agency won the account following a multi-agency pitch and will now manage it from its Delhi office.
Niki.ai, a conversational commerce startup, was already working with some of India’s leading banks when it signed up Infosys Finacle as a partner a year ago.
They may not have chief diversity officers, but Indian startups are doing their bit to redefine diversity. And, for them, diversity means not just gender or sexuality.
Early-stage venture capital firm, WaterBridge Ventures, has led a Rs 28 crore Series A funding round in SparSkills Technologies, which owns and operates online poker platform 9stacks.
A young actor with a bushy goatee, cast as a Satanist on a murder-mystery show called “Solve,” sat facing a camera on a stuffy, no-frills set in July. Six tenderfoot crew members stood sweating in the shadows nearby.
Ashish Gurnani and Aashray Thatai, cofunders of Postfold, a New Delhi-based online men’s apparel startup, are on a tear.
Risk capital investors have ploughed in over Rs 50,000 crore ($ 6.9 billion) into India’s fastest growing startups this year as they jostle to back winners in one of the world’s most dynamic entrepreneurial hubs.
Netradyne, an Artificial Intelligence startup that focuses on driver and commercial fleet safety, has raised $21 million in Series B funding.