B2B hiring grows 32%, B2C faces restructuring woes
The B2C category has witnessed a steady decline in hiring due to internal restructuring and consolidation the companies are going through.
Queue of startups rushing to register abroad gets longer
Singapore, US, UK and UAE are preferred due to stable regulations, subsidised tax rates and investor interest.
The e-way bill through a CFO’s eyes: Tanushree Bagrodia, NRB Bearings
The botched implementation of the e-way bill led to massive confusion on February 1. It also puts a question mark on the the timeline of the benefits that were to come from GST.
This is how Goomo is trying to carve a niche in the cluttered travel space
Goomo distributes travel products and services through 1,000 partner agents, over 1 lakh retail outlets across India, and of course online channels.
Online retailer Infibeam gets RBI nod for B2B payment service
According to a source, CCAvenue will also have Bharat Bill Payments Systems (BBPS) facility for utility and services bill payments on its platform soon.
Economic Survey: Meet the new tax filers driving up the GST numbers
The bulk of transactions are business-to-business (B2B) and exports, which account for 30-34 per cent apiece.
India's tech ecosystem has the right ingredients to support rapid economic growth: Deloitte's Rajiv Sundar
Launching the 13th version of Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India, Deloitte Partner Rajiv Sundar talks about the key trends of Tech Fast 50 this year, how the award has evolved over the years and the future of the tech ecosystem in the country.
Business-to-business marketplaces find easy business for small and medium enterprises
The potential of the B2B market has caught the attention of financial institutions who are trying to bridge the gap which banks find too expensive to fill.
Tech startups test new models for a foothold in grocery retail
Over half a dozen companies are taking over kirana stores to control branding, merchandising and invoicing. What helps is that mom-and-pop stores today are more digitally savvy compared to even five years ago and are slowly embracing technology.
B2B ecommerce players are helping SMEs in recruiting skilled employees and retaining them
“The skillset or resources required may not be available on the popular job portals due to (lack of) IT literacy of the target audience,” said R Narayan, founder of Power2SME.
B2B travel co Travel Boutique Online has a clutch of PE suitors
Investment in Travel Boutique Online could potentially provide Naspers a blockbuster exit
B2B data tech platform CreditVidya gets $5 mn from Matrix, Kalaari
The Mumbai-based company works with over 20 lending institutions including Bajaj Finance, Capital First, Fullerton India, Tata Capital, Aditya Birla Finance, IndusInd Bank amongst others, to apply big data analysis for credit underwriting to enable assessment of risk for first-time borrowers more accurately.
Fund crunch grounded some big dreams in startupland
The number of new technology startups launched fall for the first time in over five years to 1,000 in 2017; 53% drop in seed investments as well.
Over 1,000 tech startups added in 2017: Nasscom
According to the report the country is witnessing a rapid rise in the business to business startups focused on verticals like healthtech, fintech, ecommerce and aggregators.
Walmart opens its first India ‘dark store’ in Bhiwandi
The 45,000 square feet centre at Bhiwandi near Mumbai will serve kirana stores and other B2B businesses through online orders and will mostly stock packaged consumer products and home supplies.
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