Startup Sunday || Season 3 Episode 25 || Stuti Changle, Author-Entrepreneur

Somewhere between the right and the wrong, the past and the future, there lies a now. Don’t let it go. For now often leads to an open road”. – Stuti Changle

In this edition of Startup Sunday, The Entrepreneurship Cell of IMI New Delhi features a best-selling author, entrepreneur and an inspiring personality, Ms Stuti Changle, who is an alumnus of IMI New Delhi.

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Startup Sunday Season 3 Episode 17(Theory Behind Raising Funds)

“The entrepreneur is essentially a visualizer and actualizer. He can visualize something, and when he visualizes it he sees exactly how to make it happen.” — Robert L. Schwartz

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A survey by Randstad Workmonitor in 2017 stated that “83% of Indian workforce prefers to be Entrepreneurs”. Continue reading “Startup Sunday Season 3 Episode 17(Theory Behind Raising Funds)”

Startup Sunday Season 3 Episode 15(Cubii – A new alternative to stay fit)

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Ever wondered if you could remain fit just by sitting? Ever wondered if you could shed some weight and improve your metabolism without going out for a run or any other rigorous exercise? Well, Cubii does that for you.

This Startup Sunday, The Entrepreneurship Cell of IMI, New Delhi features a unique startup – Cubii. Continue reading “Startup Sunday Season 3 Episode 15(Cubii – A new alternative to stay fit)”

Startup Sunday Season 3 Episode 14(Alibaba Group – Jack Ma’s Exit)

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The Alibaba Group, commonly referred to as Alibaba, is a conglomerate consisting of multiple companies, which provide a variety of internet features. Alibaba is often seen as the combination of Amazon, eBay, and PayPal; however, it offers much more. Alibaba primarily focuses on its function as an e-commerce marketplace but is also involved in adjacent markets, such as cloud computing, mobile chatting, and personal financing. The journey of Alibaba, led by its founder Jack Ma is often celebrated as an example of how the vision of social inclusion can build a small startup into one of the highest valued companies of the globe. Recently Jack Ma has announced that he is going to retire as the Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group in exactly one year from now. This news has led to the speculation as to how the company will perform once its most influential personality takes a backseat and hands over the reins to a new individual, Mr.Daniel Zhang, Alibaba’s financial whiz. Continue reading “Startup Sunday Season 3 Episode 14(Alibaba Group – Jack Ma’s Exit)”

Startup Sunday Season 3 Episode 6 (HUMhain)

Let’s face it: In such a fast-moving world where everyone is so busy and performance pressure is everywhere, we often forget small things and sometimes even the most important of the things! Imagine yourself going out on an important presentation and you reach the venue just to realize that you forgot to bring your pen drive. Another scenario where it’s your anniversary and you forgot to bring the cake for your wife (you’re already in danger). Who can possibly help you in no time?

HUMHain is the name!

Three years back, a boy who observed these scenarios, got a small idea which then got converted into a business model called ‘HUMHain’. Their tagline goes like this “Deliver anything from anywhere”, which itself explains the very motives of the company.

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Startup Sunday Season 3 Episode 3 (Swiggy)

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!

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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)”

Startup Sunday Season 2 Episode 12 (CARNOT)

The “Internet of things” (IoT) is becoming an increasingly growing topic of conversation both in the workplace and outside of it. It’s a concept that not only has the potential to impact how we live but also how we work.

Today, there is data generated everywhere – when you purchase a drug over the counter, disembark a taxi or even when you pass a toll-way. IoT gives us the opportunity to capture this data, analyze it and take action, to make our lives better by being more connected.

Needless to say, this wave of connectivity will transform the auto sector dramatically. Unlike autonomous driving and ridesharing which threaten to disrupt the industry and challenge the incumbents, IoT offers an opportunity, a tool that every auto ecosystem player can leverage to drive the next wave of improvement in efficiencies across all functions and for all stakeholders.

With IoT, car owners will be able to connect their cars with the rest of the digital world. For the most expensive “tech gadget” surprisingly little “consumer tech” has crept into our car. A majority of our cars have worse UI than a smartphone costing INR 10k. Our cars still communicate with us through lights and sound on the dashboard.

And this Sunday we bring you story of “CARNOT” A smart car device made by Carnot Technologies Pvt. Ltd. which with the help of IoT is set to address the above issue and Change our experience of a car drive.

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Startup Sunday Season 1 Episode 24 (Tapzo)

1Did you know that most smartphone users in India uninstall nearly 75 percent of apps soon after they download them? Many cite the limited memory on their phones as a reason. Then there are those who either avoid using these apps or even downloading them, because of the high data costs they may incur. This is where an app like Tapzo (previously Helpchat) aims to step in and solve these pain points.

Tapzo does this by integrating the APIs of other apps onto a single platform in a unique proprietary format. By using a single window to access multiple apps, users can save upto 100 MB worth of data costs each month as there is no need to download and update multiple apps. It also helps free upto 500 MB of space with multiple apps being replaced by a single app. Continue reading “Startup Sunday Season 1 Episode 24 (Tapzo)”

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