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Kerala's all-women startup introduces 'lactation pods' for breastfeeding mothers

On Tuesday, 'I Love 9 months', a startup incubated at the Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM) in Thiruvananthapuram set up a lactation pod for working mothers at Technopark, an IT park.

Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin backs Indian start-up with $40 million investment

Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin has invested in an Indian start-up, having switched to venture capitalism since 2009.


Small entrepreneurs not impressed with Maharashtra’s big pitch to SMEs

Govt held a seminar focussing on the role of capital markets in enabling SMEs be a part of ‘Make in India’ theme, and micro and small industrial clusters

Ratan Tata now invests in B2B marketplace Moglix

Moglix recently raised Pre-Series A funding from Accel Partners and Jungle Ventures.

Public sector start-ups?

That is, one could either lose every rupee invested or gain multiples of it. One of the recipients of our money was a venture-capital fund that also counts Iconiq Capital as a co-investor.

New Year Postcard: State’s start-ups can make India stand up

To enable this, the state needs to support start-ups by providing the right policy environment. Take for instance industry-supported research at our universities — which is critical to success.


Get things done over a chat: Three apps that do your work and actually work

We take a look at three start-ups that will offer to get the job done and get you the right information for your locality

Start-up policy made with manufacturing point of view: Gujarat FM

The finance minister, however, did not mention how many nodal institutes have been empowered or have sought registration to be able to aid early stage start-ups under this policy.

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Startup India launch by PM Modi: Here's what it really offers

Startup India is a new initiative launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi which offers a slew of incentives to these fledgling companies. Here's a more detailed look.

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U.K. Sinha On Why Listing Norms For Start-Ups Have Been Relaxed

In this Idea Exchange, moderated by Editor (Mumbai) Shaji Vikraman, SEBI chairman U K Sinha defends relaxing of norms for listing start-ups, talks of steps the regulator has taken to boost retail investor confidence, says some of SEBI’s rules are “more stringent” than that of the Companies Act and argues that phone-tapping powers can be […]