Electric mobility as a service is catching on in India with the presence of several electric vehicle rentals, taxis and also a scan-and-go concept as Yulu. The EV service provider is present across the country in various metro cities and offers the convenience of last-mile connectivity while promising an emissions-free commute on the Miracle electric two-wheeler. Yulu is now in the midst of expansion, geographically and also, a new EV built by Bajaj Auto that is set to join its fleet. The company will also increase its current fleet of 10,000 to 50,000 units by the end of this year. We got in a conversation with Amit Gupta, CEO and Co-founder, Yulu, to learn more about the company’s expansion plans.
To the uninitiated, a bioengineered human cornea may seem far-fetched, but not to Pandorum Technologies. Company co-founders Arun Chandru and Tuhin Bhowmick are making this vision (no pun intended) a reality.
When the Prime Minister of India announced a Covid-19 Solution Challenge on 16 March, nearly 500 kilometres away in Kanpur, Professor Amitabha Bandyopadhyay sent out news of the challenge as an SOS to all IIT Kanpur-incubated startups, hoping a few would have the products or services necessary to fight the pandemic. Several came forth with solutions ranging from hand sanitizers, PPEs, N95 face masks, diagnostic kits and portable respirators.
NEW DELHI: Homegrown short video app Chingari has announced a partnership with BandEdge, a music and talent agency, to promote budding singers, backstage music bands, dancers, among others. The deal intends to provide opportunities to talent trying to reach wider audiences, the two companies said in a statement.
MUMBAI: Homegrown short-video sharing platform Chingari is celebrating women power with its distinctive campaign #SheGotSpark. Find women from every walk of life as they share their courageous stories of proving themselves via their videos. The chosen few motivational videos get featured by Chingari across all its platforms. It will celebrate inspirational women-centric posts…
Last year has been a difficult time for everyone around the world. It has seen economies struggle and businesses taking a hit due to the pandemic induced lockdown restrictions Amidst these tough times, we saw entrepreneurs rising above challenges and innovating real-time to cater to their audiences in a never seen before ecosystem. With the new normal leading to newer market challenges, women entrepreneurs across various industries ranging from retail-tech, agri-tech, alco-bev, e-commerce, and communications stepped up to design new businesses, products with an aim to impact the ecosystem and make lives for consumers easier.
Electric mobility startup Oye! Rickshaw on Wednesday announced the launch of its battery swapping platform targeting to deploy 10,000 lithium-ion batteries by the end of this year. The company, which started a battery swapping pilot project in December 2020, said it has crossed one lakh swap kilometres in under three months.