• Roxna Irani

    Startup Bridge India: Breaking Down Borders, Barriers and BS

    India has fast emerged as the world’s second largest Internet market. Since 2012, nearly $15 billion has been invested in tech startups with over 300 M&A deals. However, a large percentage of deals (80%, 2014-Q3’16)… MORE >>

    Dec, 07
    2016
  • Rushabh Mehta

    Thoughts on Open Source Communities

    Supporting open source users seems like a thankless job. There have been many blogs written on this topic. Developers have stopped maintain popular projects because of the burn this causes. People who use open source… MORE >>

    Dec, 06
    2016
  • Avinash Raghava

    Behind the scenes of $2 billion Indian startup movie #PNgrowth

    Last month, for the first time, I witnessed something really special. Even for someone like me, whose very job and calling is to evangelise this nascent software ecosystem of ours, this was something extraordinary. I’ve… MORE >>

    Dec, 05
    2016
  • Sudhir Singh

    External Commercial Borrowing norms for Startup (ECB)

    What is ECB? External commercial borrowings(ECB) imply borrowing (debt) from a foreign (non-resident) lender. ECB is an attractive financing route as it generally offers access to finance with low rate of interest available from overseas… MORE >>

    Dec, 05
    2016
  • ProductNation Network

    How UPI is more convenient & secure than what most people think

    A phenomenon that has been pretty popular recently in the news goes by the name of UPI (Unified Payments Interface). However, most people have not been able to experience the revolution and the magic moment that comes along… MORE >>

    Dec, 02
    2016
  • ProductNation Network

    India Inc Version 2: Disruptive, Agile, Confident and… ready to Go Global

    The growing internet penetration has fuelled India’s start-up ecosystem, which is now the third biggest in the world. US-based Compass (Startup Genome), in its 2015 report, puts Bangalore as the world’s second fastest growing start-up… MORE >>

    Dec, 01
    2016
  • Ankit Dudhwewala

    3 Key Factors to Increase Revenue for Your SaaS Product

    There are two types of SaaS products. New innovative product The commodity products (which is a copy of an innovative product) The innovative products get sign ups and are able to scale because they have… MORE >>

    Dec, 01
    2016
  • Thiyagarajan M

    StartupBridge India – Strengthening Potential Strategic Partnership to the world

    There are many dimensions to India becoming a Product Nation. A thriving  local market is critical, which are shaped by changing consumer preference and policy.  Also important is increased trade in areas of comparative advantage…. MORE >>

    Nov, 30
    2016
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