The ET Innovation Awards is set up by The Economic Times with the motto to rev up the innovation drive in the country to spur economic growth.
Startups that are disrupting traditional models or creating new markets say a shift in technologies and the market opportunity in the country are making them design new products.
Doxper, a healthtech startup, is helping doctors to digitise their case sheets using digital pen and encoded papers.
The shortfall signals more trouble ahead for SoftBank and one of its most highly touted investments.
A number of small companies have complained about Amazon’s efforts to copy their products or otherwise bully them into preferable terms.
The TerraSentia is among the smallest of the farmbots available today. At 12.5 inches wide and roughly the same height, the 30-pound robot fits well between rows of various crops.
Nikhil Bohra led agritech Krimanshi aims to revolutionise the innovation-stagnant Indian feed sector by creating a new value chain around unconventional feed resources by utilizing the food waste being generated to produce natural high nutrition feeds.
Dash.menu lets customers preview bite-sized videos of dishes in a restaurant to help understand how it appears after preparation, the ingredients used and other details allowing them to choose responsibly.
The concept of using philanthropy to revive struggling communities is attracting the attention of wealthy entrepreneurs. They see it as a way not only to combat income inequality but also to stanch the flow of talent out of these communities.
First time entrepreneurs, who may not have a track record, are less likely to obtain external funding.
It is common to find unnecessary ads on your Google search results most likely triggered by related but irrelevant phrases and words used. Negative keywords rule out the possibility of these ads popping up and Semly Pro has now automated this process.
When Oyo was everyone’s favourite startup, there would be regular reports of the company aggressively entering newer markets. In the last three to four months, the story has changed and this year may be turn out to be pivotal for it.
Ghosh's elevation to the Oyo board seems as intriguing as it is perplexing.
Udaipur-based food tech startup Good Dot is cashing in on the rising trend of plant-based food leanings in the Indian market. Expect vegetarian achari tikkas, ready-to-eat biryani, Thai curries with mock meats and vegan mutton that boast of eliminating cholesterol and trans fats from your diet.
Bansal, through his microfinance firm Chaitanya India, has applied for a banking licence.
Agro2o is offering a line of intelligent soil-free smart garden by using futuristic technologies such as automation and IoT. This makes it possible for everyone to grow fresh and chemical free plants in the comfort of their homes.
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