A week into Conventus’18 where IMI New Delhi saw some of the best industry stalwarts come and put forward their valuable insights on innovation, the question we all have in mind is whether the boon from innovation would really trickle down to the lowermost sections of the Indian demography. The new age Indian startups are mostly tech-based and are working towards catering the needs of the emerging middle class of India in its urbanized clusters. Whether it is the e-commerce platforms, car rentals or food delivery services for that matter, the unicorns of the Indian startup ecosystem are mostly reaching out to the consumers in Urban India. Moreover, most of these unicorns have high funding from foreign Venture capitalists and banks to run their operations. This brings forth the long-term debate of the Make in India versus the Make for India initiative. Continue reading “Startup Sunday Season 3 Episode 11 (Immediate need for Agri-tech startups in India)”
The first wave of unicorns (a privately held startup company valued at over $1 billion) was created across e-commerce (Flipkart, Shopclues, Snapdeal) and ride hailing (Ola). With the recent funding round, the tide has turned towards food-tech with Swiggy joining the coveted club along with its closest competitor – Zomato. Let’s unwind the journey of this Bangalore based startup that brings restaurants into your pockets!
Founded in 2014, Swiggy is a food ordering and delivery company. Inspired by the thought of providing a complete food ordering and delivery solution, Swiggy brings the best neighborhood restaurants to the urban foodies. With the expanded reach in 15 cities, Swiggy has over 35,000 restaurant partners and a diligent delivery fleet of over 40,000. Continue reading “Startup Sunday Season 3 Episode 3 (Swiggy)”
There is no sincere love than the love of food. – George Bernard Shaw
This Sunday we bring you the story of an IIM grad who, motivated by the entrepreneurial spirit, set up a platform for ready to cook packaged foods.
Packaged foods have never been bigger. With families becoming smaller and the time that people have to cook getting lesser, packaged food is having a great day under the sun. Recognizing business potential here, Musthafa, a daily wager’s son from Wayanad, and his cousins started ID Foods in 2006.
Indian Spices are the most sought after given their exquisite aroma, texture and taste. The Freshness and aroma is lost due to long supply chains and no easy way existed to get the finest spices directly from the Indian market.
Well, the wait ends here!
This Sunday we bring to you a story of a team who chose to provide the world with the finest Indian Spices directly from farms and plantations!!
THE BEST INDIAN SPICES HAND PICKED PERSONALLY FOR YOUR TABLE
WE EXPLORE, WE PICK THE FINEST AND WE DELIVER FRESH
It’s a Sunday morning! Got to catch up with friends after a long week? Going out to celebrate? Going out for a change to escape the mundane food in mess? For all the foodies, a café is a perfect spot!
This Sunday we bring you the story of a start-up which caters to everyone looking for an experience with good food. We bring an exclusive interview of Mr Praneet Vajpayee, founder of the best rated café in Bhopal – Café MojoJojo.
The gourmet delivers- Yumist’s proposition is to make it dead easy for customers to get their daily meals. So, if you have been living away from home, Yumist is there to serve your cravings at your doorstep!
Founded in November 2014 by Alok Jain, former CMO at Zomato, and Abhimanyu Maheshwari, and based in Delhi, NCR region, Yumist is one of a full stack food tech startup operating in the daily meals segment to serve home style food, quality and convenience in a price sensitive market through the innovative use of technology and food science across the supply chain.