A Kolkata based startup is all set to make India better in terms of financial literate. The firm StockEdge is working towards making India more intelligent when it comes to investing financially. India as a country needs to be aware of the importance of financial investing.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has left many businesses in loss. It will be a tough time for startups amidst the ongoing crisis. When we talk about cybersecurity startups the struggle seems to be real in these times of coronavirus pandemic.
Entrepreneurship seems to be on a rise these days. People nowadays are more keen towards opening their own business. They tend to curate amazing ideas regarding their businesses.
Startups have now become quite common in India. More number of people especially women are working towards coming up with their own innovative ideas. One of the crucial factors that can help to make your startup business successful is having a good amount of prior experience.
Over the years, there seems to be an increase in the number of startups in India. Appsflyer is a popular example of a mobile based startup. The startup basically helps brands in understanding regarding the performance of their app marketing campaigns.
Over the years, it can be seen that there has been a sudden rise in the number of startups in India. It is now seen that Microsoft for startups is all set to focus on tapping the Tier II locations in India.
A company based in Hyderabad known by the name 'Froogal' decides to go for a funding round. The company is going to raise somewhere around $1 million. The investors are said to hail from US.
There is some good news for startups. MG Motor India is working towards launching is 'Developer and Grant' programme that is targeted towards tech start-ups.
Google has restricted the publishing of content by the press in France. It as also announced that it would be altering the way in which articles are seen to appear in search results.