ET Startup Awards 2019: Nominees for the 'Woman Ahead' category
Shattering glass ceilings and playing a key role in the Indian startup ecosystem, these women entrepreneurs are inspiring millions.
Fashion bosses have a list for Nirmala Sitharaman: More funds for textiles, reforms boosting women-led start-ups
Fashion entrepreneurs are ho...
FabAlley ends FY18 with Rs 80-crore GMV
The company closed FY18 with gross merchandise value (GMV) of Rs 80 crore.
After Myntra, smaller companies expand their brick-and-mortar presence
Online fashion platform Voonik operates four ‘kurti’ stores in Bengaluru and is preparing to add about 25 more in the city by March.
India Quotient’s new fund marks first close at $30 million
The VC firm roped in Gulf-based billionaire Dr BR Shetty as a major backer with a $10 million commitment.
How top bosses go off the grid: Amit Sinha, Tanvi Malik choose secluded vacay spots
An isolated island in Thailand, a jungle in Sri Lanka, a Hawaiian town with a population of 10,000.
Fashion brand FabAlley raises Series-A funding
The funding round was led by India Quotient and saw participation by IAN and a few angel investors.
Here’s what inspires these young entrepreneurs to stay on the path
While it’s easy to be bullish in the short term, the long-term vision is what counts, says Abhiraj Bhal,Co-founder, UrbanClap on the success story of Naukri.com portal.
FabAlley ties-up with Future Group-owned Central, ventures into the offline segment
FabAlley plans to aggressively expand offline across the country with 40-50 more shop-in-shops scheduled to be launched in the next 6-8 months.
Urban Ladder wants to convert into a single brand retailer
The move makes Urban Ladder the first foreign-funded ecommerce marketplace to capitalise on new regulations that allow foreign-funded single brand companies to sell directly through online portals.
Ecommerce firms like Urban Ladder, Yepme and others plan to turn into single-brand retailers
India allows 100 per cent foreign investment in ecommerce marketplaces but such marketplaces cannot stock or sell on their own.
Myntra-Jabong deal worries big fashion companies
It’s a scenario where 80-9% of sales of premier global brands is happening from one entity which is controlling all three portals and that is a worry for many of the brands.
Vitruvien aims to triple revenue with offline expansion
Men’s bespoke clothing ecommerce firm Vitruvien aims to triple revenue through offline stores, according to its cofounder, Rajesh Goradia.
E-tailers bet on pop-up stores to boost consumer confidence, brand visibility
Low consumer confidence and the inability to access most of their target consumers have pushed e-tailers towards using pop-up stores to attract customers offline.
Three young women entrepreneurs' bold road to success
These three young women entrepreneurs are making unconventional business moves and, in the process, rewriting social mores.
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