“We will continue to see a convergence of the digital world and physical world. Those who conquer that trend would be market leaders.” – John Phillips, Pepsico Inc
In this episode of Startup Sunday, The Entrepreneurship Cell brings to you insights on the newly formed E-Commerce policy of India which came into force from February 2019.
Reaching our destination on time is the first and foremost requirement that needs to be met by every person in today’s busy, fast-paced world. But given our population count and the number of vehicles on the road, traffic is simply inevitable. Thus, came an opportunity for us to solve, a gap to be filled and so was created the category of shared mobility space.
This Start-up Sunday we bring to you an idea that filled this gap and managed to sustain and grow exponentially within a short period of time.
“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.
The music industry is growing across all geographies and in an age of free data, we consume it more and more. Now what if we tell you that an Indian startup is competing and surpassing the likes of Skullcandy and Sennheiser at their game would you believe that?
Mr. Chiraag Kapil, Co-founder and Head of Product Design along with his co-founder Avinash Bansal did a research project in University of Illinois, Urbana Champagne. Chirag says this project gave him a core understanding of music as an element of how it interacts with a person.
In this edition of Startup Sunday, we will be talking to one of the founders of ‘Leaf’ who along with his IIT Delhi and DTU friends have decided to go on a rebellion against the so-called‘Big Brands’.
The Entrepreneurship Cell was fortunate enough to interact with Mr. Chira Continue reading “Startup Sunday Season 3 Episode 18 (Leaf Studios – Enhancing Your Audio Experience)”
In today’s world of technological disruption and a drive towards a digital revolution, there is hardly any sector left, which has not seen the intervention of technology. Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and concepts like Blockchain technology has touched all aspects of our daily lives. Technological advancement since the ancient ages has reduced human efforts and led towards the progress of civilizations around the globe. Presently the Fourth Industrial Revolution has dawned upon us bringing considerable progress making our lives easier and better, altogether driving the new age of evolution. Continue reading “Startup Sunday Season 3 Episode 16(Rubique- Matchmaker between the Lender and the Borrower)”
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)”
Many are successful, but only a few are achievers. What differentiates these two is the courage to take the road less travelled. It requires lots of courage to enter an industry which is still developing and moreover when you don’t possess any expertise in that sector.
Today’s Startup Sunday brings to you the story of such enthusiastic and dynamic young brothers, Sitendu, an Electrical and Electronics Engineer and Somarendu, a Chemical Engineer, who left their 9-5 desk job for making an impact in Indian Tech market with their brand-new Start-up called Binashree.
We all talk about start-ups and new businesses that recreate the business models time and again. But the startup that changed the course of this millennium was Google. Today a company with a market capitalization of billion US dollars was once a startup in the year 1996. Two Stanford Ph.D. students, Sergey Brin and Larry Page had the idea of ‘BackRub’, a revolutionary technology that would rank web pages based on how many other web pages linked back to them. A disrupting idea in itself, the two co-founders worked to make their idea a success. And thanks to the world of internet, Google slowly created a buzz that took the entire world by storm.