Poor funding, meagre investment and COVID-19 restrictions forced these top Indian startups to lay off employees in their thousands.
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Driven by an ethos of self-reliance, rugged individualism, and the merits of a winning idea, you have committed to becoming an entrepreneur. It is a daunting proposition, and the specter of failure looms at every turn.
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If you know any experienced startup executives who have worked with entrepreneurs over the years, you will likely have heard stories of startups with great potential falling apart once they cross the threshold of 50 Employees.
Earlier this week Vedantu, the new generation ed-tech startup focused on providing a medium between teachers and students for live tuition raised $100 M in Series D funding led by Coatue.
Indian Startups witnessed one of the best periods in 2019. The startup community was able to raise a whopping $14.5 billion in the last year, according to Tracxn, a research firm. The data also showed that almost half of the startups founded in 2019 received funding. However, the bullish outlook was soon phased out with the coronavirus outbreak that started in China.
WeWork’s Adam Neumann arguably got what he deserved when he lost his golden parachute. SoftBank pulling out of the $3 billion tender offer for WeWork doesn’t hurt the company as much as it hurts founder Neumann and the ones close to him.
Zomato is on the verge of acquiring UberEats and apparently making headway, but what looks like expansion for Zomato ironically takes away its advantage over Swiggy in the market. Here’s why.
One of India’s biggest grocery delivery startups, Milkbasket announced that the company has achieved profitability in the city of Gurgaon – its largest customer base and contributing ~50% of the monthly revenue.