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Where Investing Is Made Fun

The idea of learning all the tricks of investing in the stock market without losing a penny proved to be a clincher for StockGro

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Those Who Stood Their Ground

BW Businessworld in associa-tion with BW Disrupt announced the 40 final winners of the 4th Edition of BW Businessworld 40 under 40 most influential entre-preneurs in India.

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Union Budget 2021 To Redefine The Growth Trajectory Of The Indian Economy In The Post-Pandemic World

The COVID-19 pandemic has reaffirmed the significance of startups for exemplifying out-of-the-box thinking, creativity and innovation.

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Wish List Of The Startup Ecosystem For The Union Budget-2021

For the Indian start-up ecosystem, the COVID-cut was deeper. As per NASSCOM, around 40 percent of the tech-startups had to halt their operations during the last year. Given this context, the startup world is looking at the union budget with hope and expectations.

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The Rewards And Risks Of Digital Transformation In The Cleaning Industry

Digitalization is aiming to improve the overall service delivery of the Cleaning Industry. However, there are a few pros and cons.

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Credit’s Biggest Opportunity Lies in Providing Solutions for GenZ: Rajan Bajaj, CEO & Founder, Slice

Founded in 2016, Slice is a payment and credit start-up for young Indians. ‘Slice Card’, which is an alternative to traditional credit cards, and issued in partnership with Visa, is designed exclusively for customers in the 18 – 30 age group and can be used across 5 million merchants in India, Rajan Bajaj, CEO & Founder, Slice tells Ashish Sinha of BW Businessworld. The primary focus of Slice is on becoming the first card for millions of youngsters in India.

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Byju's Raising $200 Million Funding From BlackRock, T Rowe Price: Sources

Byju's has raised USD 200 million in a fresh round of funding that has raised the company''s valuation to USD 12 billion.

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Safety First: Fresh Food Supply Chain Needs A Robust End To End Food Safety Adoption

Ensuring the right handling and safe delivery of the produce is an important task at hand not only at the company level but keeping the national food security concerns in mind.

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A CTO's Guide To Releasing A Product To The Public

Here are some of the key elements one must focus on while releasing a product to the public

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Ratan Tata Invests in Healthcare Start-Up iKure

iKure has plans to rapidly scale-up operations across India and globally and is looking to provide healthcare services to over 10 million people within the next 5 years.

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Startups Are Leaning More And More On AI And Applying Them To Various Aspects Of Professional Tools

May startups are already at the forefront of technological developments, but now with even more attractive opportunities available in the post-COVID-19 world, they will thrive even more. While the application of AI has been witnessed at multiple levels, but the most significant applications have been with the various aspects of professional tools. Let us have a look at various facets of this trend.

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Start-Up Positioning: Here’s How Creative Agencies Effectively Position Your Start-Up

An innovative creative agency emphasizes sprucing up multiple branding elements and strategies to ultimately help the start-up in expanding customer outreach.

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The Balancing Act Of Customer Acquisition And Retention: A Guide For Startups

It is essential to walk that fine line between acquiring customers and retaining them, especially since each one holds immense value for a company’s long-term growth and sustainability.

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India Open To Launching Own App Store As Start-ups Criticise Google: Government Source

The country has some 500 million smartphone users, most of whom use Google's Android platform, but Indian start-ups have criticised the company for policies they say stifle their growth.

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