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Out of 10 start-ups, five close down, two struggle to sustain, two are moderately successful and only one becomes a full-fledged success
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.
In contrast, Catran said, while major global technology companies come to Israel, it is not just for offering jobs to the university students but mainly for innovation.
Microsoft has committed $500 million for a new programme to help nurture start-ups, offering resources such as Azure credits and sales support.
The event saw the participation of a 23-member delegation from Association for Southeast Asian Nations, who interacted with industry experts in the city
John Chambers, Chairman Emeritus of Cisco, who has been betting big on Indian start-ups, said on Tuesday that Indian start-ups would play a major role to boost economy and create jobs in the country.
Boeing has announced HorizonX India Innovation Challenge to spot and support Indian start-ups with disruptive solutions in the aerospace sector.
2 new start-ups gets financial assistance for product development in automation
The cloud hosting platform signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Karnataka Biotechnology and Information Technology Services to provide cloud infrastructure and support to startups.
US Chargé d’Affaires in India MaryKay Carlson said that the tremendous drive, enthusiasm and intellect for innovation and entrepreneurship in India is particularly exciting.
India plans to increase its import of coking coal from Canada in a bid to diversify its import basket, the steel ministry said in a statement.
Digital payments firm Paytm has invested an undisclosed amount in Noida-based start-up, Mobiquest Mobile Technologies which serves over 200 brands and over 80 million consumers.
A Start-up ecosystem can be created only by taking risks and by acceptance of "culture of failure" by parents and institutions, said NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant.