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Deepak Parekh, Nandan Nilekani back IIM graduate’s idea for startups


Source: Economic Times


NEW DELHI: Top business leaders including Deepak Parekh and Nandan Nilekani have come together to back an innovative startups concept of an IIM graduate penning down 21 innovative ideas in form short stories all of which can be start-up business opportunities.

9 primary laws for startups in India


Since last one year, the Indian government is constantly trying to make the country more business friendly and even encouraging foreign investors to invest in Indian economy. It is being viewed as as opportunity to establish new ventures for those who want to startup their own business. Starting a new business in India requires many thing to be considered. There are certain startup laws which every novice entrepreneur must know. Before you decide any further steps for your startups in India, let’s have a look on those primary startup laws with which you may need to deal on your own whenever required.

Aardra and Gayathri – An inspiring startup success story


Source: yourstory.com

Each and every startup has certain untold story which later known as success story if startup get success. The story of Aeka goes 7 years back at Sree Chitra Thirunal College of Engineering, Trivandrum, where Aardra Chandra Mouli and Gayathri Thankachi V. finished their graduation. The duo and their classmates dreamed of and worked hard to establishment of Biotechnology and Biochemical Engineering SCTCE batch, Aeka Biochemicals Pvt. Ltd is the first biotech and biochemical startup venture based out of Trivandrum in Kerala wholly owned by women.

Only 10% of startups will be successful: TV Mohandas Pai


Source: Economic Times

Even as the startup ecosystem is thriving in the country, former Infosys director TV Mohandas Pai believes that only 10 per cent of the new-age companies would be successful while a majority of these would fail.

Still, startups are set emerge as a major job creator in the country if government evolves an enabling policy environment for these budding firms, say Pai.