Expanding partnerships with original equipment makers in India, investing in local companies and striking content partnership deals here are key priorities.
Priyadarshi Lahiri now leads the development of cutting-edge technologies at Ed-GE Networks, an HR analytics firm that analyses resumes by the millions for large IT firms.
“I want to create the most resilient organisation, one with the proper foundation to support our growth over the next five years,” she said.
Ambiga Dhiraj, as CEO, now occupies one of the most high-profile corner offices among Indian startups, with an enviable view of Bengaluru’s tech epicentre.
Aequs has acquired France-based Si-RA Group for an undisclosed amount, marking an entry into Europe a few months after it set up a base in North America.
Oust Labs, an edtech startup, has raised an undisclosed seed round from TV Mohandas Pai, chairman of Manipal Global Education Services and Aarin Capital.
WiZN Systems has raised an undisclosed angel round led by Taiwan’s Foxconn, maker of Apple’s iPhone as well as angel investors to fuel the expansion of the company.
Applicate has raised a bridge round of $1 million from a bunch of HNIs to develop their new product Trade Gini.
This represents a sectoral shift for investors from metro-based consumer businesses to enterprise technology and customers in smaller towns.
According to the telecom regulator and about 90% of 2,800 users polled by savetheinternet.in, they did not get any notification from Facebook.
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