The company is aggressively focusing on developing local logistics capabilities to capitalize on India’s growing market.
Maersk is working with 11 startups at present, with approximately 50 percent conversion from the first Cohort to a production scale solution provider.
Can a slowdown be used to your advantage? Sriram Narayanasami, VP Commercial for the world’s largest shipping company, Maersk, certainly thinks so.
Lack of women in venture capital has become a status quo and therefore isn't being addressed as a problem altogether.
Technology is extremely important for Maersk and Bangalore is playing a big role in bringing about a change.
OceanPro by Maersk, the first of its kind startup accelerator within the shipping and logistics industry, recently announced the graduation of its first cohort of start-ups in Bangalore.
MoveInSync has been successfully trying to resolve the employee transport issues to a certain extent and has emerged as the largest office commute platform in the country.
Launched in 2007, Mobisy enables orders from over 5 mn retail outlets (about a third of India's retail ecosystem) and its goal is to build products that can positively change the lives of various stakeholders of the retail ecosystem.
The SleepyCat box mattress comes compressed, rolled and shipped straight to your door in a box that is easy to handle and is a convenient solution to the overwhelming mattress shopping experience.
'Sharing' as a business model is considered the playbook of startups, but the first example the BCG article quoted was an interesting one.
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