Nordische Technologies, a Bengaluru-based start-up, on Saturday claimed that it has brought out the world's first Aluminium-Graphene pouch cell battery for consumer electronics, gadgets and future EV technology in association with the Central Institute of Petrochemicals Engineering and Technology (CIPET), Bengaluru.
"My students inspire me, that’s what keeps me going," says the PhysicsWallah cofounder who shunned an offer worth millions
Fintech-focused venture capital firm Beenext becomes the latest investor to advise its portfolio startups to cut costs, and prepare a runway for the near term amid a funding winter
Over the next 18 months, the startup aims to complete the build-out of the technology platform, provide acceleration capital to 250 startups, and have an AUM of $75 million, informed co-founder
Whenever there is a downturn, the very first cost reduction happens with teams that are responsible for growth, engineering, product and design functions are the last functions to get impacted, said an expert.
Dallas Venture Capital plans to invest about $130 million in enterprise focused B2B SaaS startups over the next five years through its India and US funds across India and the US
Munjal tells employees to learn to work under constraints, saying the funding winter is here
Lido Learning's co-founder Sahil Sheth had asked more than 1,200 employees to resign abruptly in a virtual townhall meeting in the first week of February
From investing in affordable housing finance and healthcare start-ups, Social VC investing is shifting in favour of IT and ITeS backed businesses
Inventus will be making around 18 investments through its fourth fund and out of this, 12 will be at pre-Series A or Series A investments in technology startups, while the remaining six investments will be in the seed stages or early for a pre-product market fit stages and those will most likely be in technology, and emerging technology sectors.
FanTiger aims to enable independent artists to build fan communities by allowing them to create, buy, and sell digital collectibles on the platform
At the end of the meet, analysts were left grappling with how to value an app that boasts of more than 50 million users, yet can’t turn in a profitable quarter after over a decade of being founded.
Vedantu’s move of laying off 624 employees comes amid murmurs that the edtech sector in India is slowing down with schools and physical tuition classes reopening, thanks to decreasing COVID-19 cases across the country.
The startup will however allow all customers to divide repayments across three months for no interest for in-app purchases in an attempt to increase transactions with its merchant partners. The move will help the company make revenue-earning features more attractive and help accelerate its profitability plans, according to sources.
Infinity Learn has bought a 75% stake in WizKlub for $7.5 million, valuing the company at $10 million. The company has used its reserves to fund the transaction.
Earlier in November 2021, lead investor Goldman Sachs Asset Management Private Credit invested in the first tranche of the Series E round.
SWC Global and Trifecta Capital along with existing investors, IIFL Asset Management, Elevation Capital, Orios Venture Partners and Matrix Partners also participated in this round
PhonePe informed that the users can begin investing in Gold with a minimum amount of Rs 100 per month.
Sequoia Capital said that Morgan Stanley’s unprofitable Tech Index is down 64 percent since the start of 2022, compared to a 28 percent drop in the technology-heavy Nasdaq index, further signalling a strong preference for companies who can generate cash.
Zoho’s investment will help the company to scale its manufacturing capabilities, and thus reduce manual scavenging in India
Moneycontrol speaks to Aaditya Thackeray at Davos 2022. He says that they have signed MoUs with 24 different companies from 6-7 countries & hope to execute them very soon
The partnership deal will provide Rooter with exclusive live streaming rights for GodLike's roster of professional gamers
Over the past few months, startups have laid off thousands of employees after a boom year in which they received multiple job offers and been hired for sky-high salaries and with offers of incentives like BMW cars. Layoffs and shutdowns have become the norm in the face of a funding crunch
Logistics and supply chain startup Delhivery had a quiet listing on Dalal Street, however the shares are finding investor interest. Going beyond the buzz, Moneycontrol spoke to the management, on future plans and network expansion.
The New Delhi-based company is looking to add 5,000 electric cars to its ride-hailing platform and scale up its electric vehicle (EV) hubs