“Every edtech company has a breakout category, which drives 80% of its user adoption. For us, language learning courses have emerged as that category, based on our August 2020 numbers,” said PlanetSpark’s cofounder Maneesh Dhooper.
Bengaluru-based Thinkerbell Labs, which makes Braille literacy devices for the visually impaired, is now using its technical expertise to help governments and businesses collect and analyse real-time data on COVID-19 through its new product, Chakravyuh.
IIT-backed biotech start-up Clensta International and Amazon India in collaboration with the Pad Women of India Prachi Kaushik provided training to over 500 poor and rural women to produce hygiene products, thus making them Atmanirbhar during the lockdown.
In an interaction with Express Computer, Rajat Shikhar, Founder & Chief Product Officer, DealShare, delves into Covid-19 disruption in the online retail space and how is DealShare tapping the opportunities in a technology-driven manner
When the first wave of ecommerce hit India close to a decade back with the likes of Flipkart and Amazon, only people from top tier cities started ordering online. Tier II and III markets remained a distant dream.
Yulu, an e-mobility service provider, today announced a partnership with the Vatika Group – a Gurugram-based leading real estate developer. Yulu services will be available within Vatika’s residential and integrated townships in Gurugram. Vatika townships are designed to accommodate commercial spaces that offer several modern amenities. In the first phase, 200 electric two-wheelers – Yulu Miracle – have been deployed in the township and the company plans to double its fleet size in the city by early 2021. Yulu Miracle is a battery-powered, lightweight and compact two-wheeler that needs no registration or driving licence for operation.
Founded in 2018 by three Jadavpur University engineering graduates Rajit Bhattacharya, Aisik Paul, and Ankit Das, Data Sutram is an AI-backed platform that gathers intel from external data to provide location-based data intelligence.
Sumit Ghosh’s WhatsApp status—“hustling hard”—is an apt reminder of the push-and-shove game the 34-year-old entrepreneur has entered into. He has taken on the onerous task of attracting TikTok fans to his short-video app, Chingari. He wants to be the firecracker in the great void left behind by the banned TikTok.