January 30, 2017 Vivek Srinivasan

Institutions have a key role to play in the development of technology. In the United States, institutions were the corner stone on which the Silicon Valley was built. In India, the Technology Business Incubator program was created by the Government of India under the Department of Science and Technology. The…

January 20, 2017 Vivek Srinivasan

What is bringing the next big change? The past 20 years were arguably defined by the internet. Since the launch of Netscape in 1995, the internet has captivated the imagination of entrepreneurs and investors alike. There were several infrastructural pieces that had to be put in place and this created…

January 10, 2017 Vivek Srinivasan

India is a country that is as diverse as it is vast. In this nation of more than a Billion, there are officially 22 languages. Only 200 Million Indians speak English and are benefitting from the digital dividends that technology has to offer. The products that most of the Indian startups…

August 24, 2016 Salma Moosa

In every startup, the founders come together; face all of the challenges together hoping one day to be funded and be able to change the industry. They want to be able to change the user’s life to such an extent that they are a name associated with success and achievements….

August 16, 2016 Vivek Srinivasan

Most delivery related startups in the food space have been having trouble over the past year and by the looks of it, we seem to be ushering in the new year with news of more firings. Why is it that all the guys in the food delivery business seem to…

July 26, 2016 Sharda Balaji

The government has certified 20 private organizations, including Nasscom and iSprit, as incubators under the Start-up India Action Plan (“Action Plan”). The Action Plan is a part of a flagship initiative of the government of India, intended to build a strong eco-system for nurturing innovation and start-ups in the country….