Tag Archives: Indian

Funding in Indian startups this week (11 May-16 May)

This week 14 Indian startups raised funding, of which 7 received a total sum of about $65 million. Among them, SirionLabs raised the highest funding of about $44 million followed by Shiprocket which raised $13 million. Meanwhile, funding for 7 of the total funded startups remained undisclosed. Below is the summary of deals closed this week SirionLabs: Enterprise-focused software-as-a-service provider, ... Read More »

Meet the desi aunty playing match-maker for Indian startups

One of the channels Indian startups use to make a dent globally is a well-heeled and networked diaspora that can make connections in Silicon Valley and elsewhere. A number of alumni and industry groups have tried to give this a structure over the years. An early attempt was the M&A Connect programme started by iSPIRT (India Software Product Industry Roundtable) ... Read More »

Indian angels aim for sky in US startup ecosystem

NEW DELHI: A small but growing clutch of angel investors from India is picking bets in the lucrative startup market in the US lured by the promise of seeding high technology ventures that can offer disproportionate returns. Some of these investors — enthused by the big returns earned from pre-IPO secondary bids in big-name startups like Pinterest and Dropbox — are laying out fresh ... Read More »

Late-stage Indian startups bulk up its boards with independent hands

New Delhi | Bengaluru: Late-stage tech companies in India are increasingly inducting prominent independent directors, as they look to strengthen their boards to address compliance and governance issues, as well as align the interests of multiple investors before going public. Oyo, Ola, Freshworks, Flipkart and Paytm are among leading home-grown technology ventures that have brought in known industry veterans over the course ... Read More »

Job reduction in Indian ops will be limited: Stuart Lewis, Chief risk officer, Deutsche Bank AG | Interview

Stuart Lewis, Chief risk officer, Deutsche Bank AG Deutsche Bank has been implementing a transformation strategy across its global operations that includes exiting some of its non-core activities. Stuart Lewis, chief risk officer at Deutsche Bank AG, tells Bhavik Nair that the amount of job reductions as a consequence of the transformation would be quite limited in India. Edited excerpts: ... Read More »

Signed, sealed, Delhivered: ET Startup Awards 2019 zeroes in on the best of Indian startups

ET Startup Awards Jury: Standing (L-R): Ashish Hemrajani, Satyan Gajwani, Sriharsha Majety, Rahul Mehta, Sachin Bansal, Ritesh Agarwal; Sitting (L-R): Renuka Ramnath, Uday Kotak, Amitabh Kant, Dilip Khandelwal BENGALURU: Logistics and supply chain services company Delhivery won top honours at India’s biggest awards for startups, joining peers distinguished by technical and entrepreneurial prowess. A distinguished jury led by Uday Kotak, managing director and chief executive ... Read More »

Funding in Indian startups this week (27 May-01 June)

This week 17 Indian startups received funding, of which 14 received a total sum of about $93 million. Among them, Ather Energy raised the highest funding of about $51 million followed by GlowRoad which raised about $11.5 million. Meanwhile, funding for 3 of the total funded startups remained undisclosed. Below is the summary of deals closed this week: Ather Energy: ... Read More »

Funding in Indian startups this week (13 May-18 May)

This week 12 Indian startups received funding, of which 9 received a total sum of about $258 million. Among them, Grofers raised the highest funding of about $200 million followed by Dailyhunt which raised about $22 million. Meanwhile, funding for 3 of the total funded startups remained undisclosed. Below is the summary of deals closed this week: Grofers: Online grocery ... Read More »

Won’t allow Indian content as it damages our culture, says Pakistan Supreme Court

Indian TV shows have been banned in Pakistan. Pakistan’s Chief Justice Saqib Nisar on Wednesday said that the country’s Supreme Court will not allow Indian content to be shown on Pakistani TV channels as it “damages our culture”. Nisar’s remarks came as a three-member apex court bench heard an appeal filed by the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) against ... Read More »

Fake news, rumours on social media hit Indian firms

When FabHotels filed a complaint with the Delhi police and its cyber cell on 28 September alleging three people had spread rumours on social media platforms that the budget hotel chain was cash-strapped and failing to pay suppliers, it highlighted a pattern—of companies being hit by fake news. Fake news and unsubstantiated rumours on social media have caused significant damage ... Read More »