Tag Archives: startup

Why you should avoid meeting an investor without doing this first, if you really want him investing in your business?


Source: fortune.com

As we all know, an entrepreneur receives lots of advice like – please avoid this, don’t ever do that, you should focus on this, don’t run out of money & blah.., blah.., blah.. until his or her business or startup become self-sustaining and taste some success. The last one is certainly crucial and one should not neglect it. It’s possible that an entrepreneur may face difficulties to find a reliable investor whose investment funds keep the momentum going. Fundraising from investors is often considered to be a basic but complex exercise, but once you face the real market, you might feel like drowning in a mysterious world with unclear expectations. So for an entrepreneur what matters the most is, how to attract an investor and how to make him investing in the startup, but today I’ll focus on some key areas that are often critical to acquire attention of early-stage investors.

Coming Soon – A gene editing startup backed by Bill Gates


A revolutionary gene therapy industry recently got world’s attention once again when the new of Editas Medicine – a startup company backed by Bill Gates and other well known ventures, among others and the first of its kind gene editing biotech organization to go to public soon floated across the glob.

A startup founder explains 3 questions you should ask yourself before starting a business


Launching a startup is easy if your idea is ready with you. But if you are still wondering what business to start, the thing becomes extremely difficult. Every successful business begins with a great or say unique idea which actually work at ground level. But again, the main question is, how do you know when you’ve found the one? Frameology founder and CEO, Ben Koren tells he had at least 15 ideas for a business before choosing the current one for a website that prints and frames photos.

8 common mistakes every startup should avoid

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Almost every startup or small-business owners in any field share many of the same challenges. In this section, I have listed some common mistakes that are made again and again by people starting their own startup or venture. Let’s see one by one and try to focus on possible recommendations to avoid those.

Heavy Workload, Lack of Planning Can Kill Your Startup


Recent studies concluded by Greyhound Research, EMC India says the technology is helping startup to boost-up its existence by delivering unique and personalized experiences compared to medium and large scale companies in India. Indian startups are growing gradually at a slow and steady pace but sometimes they failed to utilize data and resources due to lack of proper planning and heavy workload on staff.

A startup produces 3d printer filament from plastic wastes


Since last two decades, the pollution has been increased exponentially in India. Simultaneously, the growing population of the country also contribute its share in it. The newly launched ‘Swachh Bharat’ mission is still struggling to maintain its momentum and it has still a long way to go in order to see cleaner India. But one should not under estimate the strength of young and enthusiastic entrepreneurs across the country . They not only want technologically revolutionary life but also want their surrounding cleaner, healthier and eco-friendly. Since last couple of years, we have seen some startup who started working on recycling or waste management technologies and doing great these days. Let’s have a look on one of the best and the most innovative among them.

An Innovative Startup: Cyclercity – Eco-friendly Delivery Service


We are very much familiar with the effective transit system of Mumbai’s Dabbawalas. Their delivery system is considered as one of the most accurate and the most complex but the the real beauty is how economically and smartly it is being managed on day to day bases. Today we will have a look on an extremely innovative Bangaluru based startup named ‘Cyclercity’ which is an unique by nature and slowly becoming admirable how it delivers packages using bike messengers saving the commute time and traffic within the city limits.

Chennai Startup Develops Power Saver Device for Solar Units


Kripya Technologies, a Chennai-based startup set up by Dr V.G. Veeraraghavan in 2010, inspired by late Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, has turn out with the cost effective inverter that works in on-matrix as well as off-matrix modes. As a part of this significant advancement which can contribute a major help to the reception of sun energy in energy starved nations like India, a Chennai based startup has turn out with an unique power saver gadget – a dual mode micro-inverter.