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Is Zomato's Profitable Quarter A Flash In The Pan?

With a projected 40% YoY revenue growth for the next few years, Zomato's profitability milestone in Q124 underscores its dominion in the food delivery market. But will it be able to maintain this momentum?

Vinita Bhatia 30 / 09 / 2023

How Brazil Can Prioritise Inclusivity In Start-Ups With Its Imminent G20 Presidency

Brazil can simplify bureaucratic procedures to reduce barriers faced by start-ups during its presidency of the Start-up20 Engagement group next year

Vinita Bhatia 21 / 09 / 2023

How Gender Equality Amongst Founders Can Solve Ecological Problems And Economical Ones Too

Practical and effective mitigation of climate change requires the active engagement of women start-up founders, which goes beyond lip service

15 / 09 / 2023

A For AI? Edtech Start-Ups Embrace Generative AI As ChatGPT Sweeps The World

By leveraging the capabilities of large learning models and generative artificial intelligence, edtech start-ups can enhance the learning experiences they offer to students, differentiate themselves in the market and attract more learners .

Vinita Bhatia02 / 09 / 2023

Start-Ups Need To Walk The Talk In Building Safe And Inclusive Workspaces For Women

Start-ups can no longer sweep complaints about sexual misconduct under the carpet as employees demand their issues be addressed respectfully and responsibly

Vinita Bhatia 24 / 08 / 2023

With its vast talent pool, diverse market, and growing investment landscape, start-ups have played a pivotal role in propelling India's growth trajectory

When users attempt to access online services, 2FA is a robust security method to verify their identity, combining what a user is aware of and something they...

At its Made on YouTube event, the company revealed that YouTube Shorts has now climbed to over 70B daily views from over 2B signed-in users monthly

It will be freely available across Windows 11, Microsoft 365, Edge browser and Bing search

Preqin reports observed that defensive sectors in India divert investment attention away from traditionally popular sectors like IT

There were 13 large deals of more than $100 million each, aggregating to $4.5 billion in August

Its playbook could help other G20 member nations lacking the scale or number of start-ups required to reach the 1 per cent GDP target within the next six years