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Non-compliance with regulations by startups and SMEs is being taken seriously. This underscores the importance of adhering to rules to maintain reputation and ensure business continuity.

This funding round into Keus is the largest amount invested in the smart home automation segment in India by any player

The company provides an eco-friendly electric transport service for safe and affordable commuting with zero emissions.

While addressing the Start-up Awards and State Ranking Awards ceremony in January, Minister Piyush Goyal announced organising Start-up Mahakumbh in March.

FlixBus, a travel-tech company, is set to collaborate with local bus operators. The partnership aims to leverage FlixBus's proprietary tech platform, empowering local bus operators to improve and streamline their business operations.

Electrifi Mobility plans to use the capital to scale up asset deployment, cover new cities, and expand asset refurbishment and service infrastructure

The funding will be utilised to enhance services and expand the team at, a prop-fintech B2B2C platform introduced by Black Opal Group

Karya is an app-based platform that allocates simplified AI/ML data-training micro-tasks to individuals, enabling them to generate income through Karya Earn.

The circular from IVCA, which addresses important timelines and procedures related to the crediting of funds to demat and aggregate escrow demat accounts, is very significant for all AIF managers

The report observed that about 64 per cent of investors are investing in start-ups from Tier 2 and 3 cities direct investments towards technology-based start-ups