Shivangi Asthana

Shivangi Asthana

Writer Covering Enterprise and Startup Ecosystem

Education: Masters in Communication & Journalism, Mumbai University | Bachelor's in English literature, Hindu College, DU Shivangi has previously worked in the business news segment at Entrepreneur India and Thomson Reuters covering, news related to Mergers & Acquisitions, SME industry and businesses that disrupt the Indian economy. Reading non-fiction, dancing to classical songs, and listening to music from Coke studio is all that she needs to complete her day.

The Impact Of Dream11’s Growing Aspirations On The Online Gaming Industry

India’s leading online platform for fantasy sports and the IPL sponsor, Dream 11 forays into the booming online gaming industry with fresh funds.

How Indian Startups Eflight and The ePlane Are Gaining Thrust In The Aviation Sector

One of the worst Pandemic-hit Aviation Sector is set to recover in 2021 but these Indian Startups are already making gains in the industry which looks promising to become the world’s largest by 2030.

Startups To Big Brands, Here’s Why Vegan Products Are Thriving In India

Trends show people are becoming more receptive to Vegan and Plant-based food products globally inducing a series of Vegan Startups in India as well. But will Veganism find takers in India?

Startup of Startups: How Meesho Paves The Way For SMBs To Kickstart Their Enterprise

India’s first online reselling platform- Meesho empowers small-scale business entrepreneurs by providing an exclusive platform for their customers.

Hero Group Set To Disrupt The Indian EdTech Ecosystem

Teachers being the unsung hero during a pandemic, education space became more prominent during this time and became the catalyst of change. Last year, 4,440 ed-tech platforms raised funding of more than $1.1 billion, which is four times more than what was raised in four years previously.

Indian Auto Giants Hero & Mahindra Eye A Headstart In The Global “Affordable EV” Segment

With more than 3 million electric vehicles sold in 2020, the electric vehicle industry is only poised to grow at a fast pace. Now the automobile manufacturers in India look for an early head start in the flourishing transport sector.

Body Positivity To Ayurveda: India’s Millennial Cosmetic Startups Blend New & Old

It’s not easy to be in the business of beauty. It’s tricky, messy, and experimental. But doesn’t beauty lie in imperfections?

Startup Case Study: Oyo And Nestaway Lead The Change In Travel Tech

In this uncertain economy, age-old businesses have laid off their employees by drastic margins, giving way for an abrupt terrain for employees and businesses to sustain in the start-up ecosystem. India is seeing waves of changes in the transitioning of the travel tourism sector in 2021.