The bollywood celebrities are showing interest to invest in various businesses from clothing lines to hotels.
Unless demand picks up, drivers will not come back on the platforms, say experts
Indian startups battling to thrive in the time of coronavirus, many announced lay off and salary cut.
Swiggy Staples Plus, which is being tested, will offer the credit option to restaurants that get their supplies through Swiggy Plus.
These firms are looking at small businesses and also broadening client-base as consumer behaviour changes
Covid19 will establish a new normal in digital payments, the company says in a quarterly report,
The company is positioning itself for a post-coronavirus world that is expected to see a spike in demand for digital customer services
Under the partnership, the Ather 450 e-scooter purchased via Bounce's website can be booked for Rs 499 and will be delivered on priority basis post the lockdown once deliveries resume, the release said.
Goes live in Bhubaneswar, Rourkela; Zomato, too, has launched in the state capital.
After Jharkhand, Odisha is the second state to give the nod, more states could open up as well.
Uber's announcement came nearly a week after its India rival, Ola, fired 1,400 staff.
The startup has seen a massive jump in the adoption of a crypto exchange platform with COVID-19 throwing traditional markets into a tizzy
Founded in 2015 by Ramakant Sharma and Anuj Srivastava, Livspace provides a three-sided marketplace and a design automation platform that connects homeowners, certified designers and vendors.
Startup helps homebuyers with a down payment assistance programme
Under this partnership, both the companies will jointly create solutions for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and startups to improve productivity, efficiency and automate processes and reduce costs along with focusing on easy and faster credit through a unique card which will have forex, prepaid along with credit, Zaggle said in a statement.
Even if we limit ourselves to economic activity, a plethora of changes are discussed against the backdrop of the so-called 'new normal'.
However, industry sources have pointed out that only BMC's nod is not enough and clearances from multiple government departments are also needed.
The incubator-cum-accelerator, XHealth Innovation Lab, has been set up with an initial corpus of $50 million (nearly Rs 380 crore) for which investors have already given commitment for 60 percent of the funding, according to a source involved in the venture.
The Jeff Bezos-owned e-commerce firm wants more of the consumers' wallet in India, and food delivery is just one more ingredient.
Wealth management startups have seen faster adoption and more engagement than before, as online services have gained from the pandemic.
The entry of Amazon Food could have massive implications for Swiggy and Zomato.
Like Swiggy, Zomato, too, has chosen Jharkhand to begin the service from.
Swiggy said, "The service went live in Ranchi today after obtaining necessary approvals from the Jharkhand government, with other major cities in the state launching within a week."
The B2B insurtech startup offers insurance as a product to other corporates who in turn distribute it to their customers
Large retailers are tying up with ride-sharing hyperlocal delivery startups to ensure doorstep deliveries.