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The start-ups are part of the fourth consecutive batch in Bengaluru where Oracle's global start-up programme was piloted successfully and the second consecutive batch in Delhi and Mumbai.
The millennial population’s urge to spend more on travel and leisure has given rise to a gambit of new businesses in the tourism sector.
Bengaluru-based startup, is working with CSIR-CFTRI and is collaborating with food companies to try out innovative cooking experiences.
Selected from a pool of 1,177 applications, 60% of the 10 start-ups have women as co-founders.
MSME’s proposal for approval of the new institutes as nodal agencies had got nod of the Start-up Council last month
CoWrks, a shared office space provider announces a partnership with Truecaller to empower the start-up ecosystem in India.
The start-ups that have availed loan and are running successfully will be entitled for the second round of funding from the government (up to Rs 1 crore) to expand their business.
Chief Secretary Aditya Padhi also approved the proposals for providing financial assistance to technology business incubators in National Institute of Technology (NIT), Rourkela and KIIT.
The meeting will be a very unique and a first of its kind interaction between the Prime Minister and youngsters from the world of start-up and innovation.
Out of 10 start-ups, five close down, two struggle to sustain, two are moderately successful and only one becomes a full-fledged success
Hyderabad-based start-up is trying to become the only Indian company to break into the big league of blue chip processor manufacturers.
RailYatri's prediction is nearly 110 per cent better than the existing way of estimating train travel time, it claimed.
Besides organisations like Acumen India and Villgro, initiatives of Central and several state governments is boosting the growth.
Mumbai diary: New destination for Bollywood tourism, Ridley turtles back after two decades and startups become major recruiters
Though Mumbai is known for film stars and glamour world, the metropolis doesn’t have any true Bollywood tourism destination yet.