February 2018 - Bharat Go Digital

Month: February 2018

Three Kerala-based startups backed by Unicorn India Ventures

Three Kerala-based startups backed by Unicorn India Ventures     Unicorn India Ventures, a Mumbai-based venture capital has invested undisclosed sums in three Kerala-based startups, it said in a statement. The startups are humanoid developer GenRobotic Innovations Pvt. Ltd, smart kitchen appliances’ maker SectorQube Inc and body-scanning firm Perfectfit Fashion Ltd. Unicorn India Ventures has been exploring investment opportunities in the state after partnering Kerala Startup Mission, a state government-backed accelerator which is also an investor in the venture capital fund. The VC firm invested in the three startups from its first fund, which it had launched in 2015...

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Indian #Startups to get help from #Accenture to Get Global Clients

Indian #Startups to get help from #Accenture to Get Global Clients   BENGALURU:50 Indian startups have worked with Accenture in creating pilots for the technology giant’s global clients and is working to become a conduit for its client’s innovation agenda, as it expands its startup programme in the country. The US-listed company’s open innovation programme was launched nearly two years ago to bring innovation from the startup ecosystem. The latest step is open-innovation-as-a-service, which helps clients look beyond Silicon Valley for new ideas. The US-listed company’s open innovation programme was launched nearly two years ago to bring innovation from...

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Startups Floated Before 2016 May Get Breather from Angel Tax

Startups Floated Before 2016 may get Breather from Angel Tax     To boost entrepreneurship in the country, India could shield startups floated prior to 2016 from the angel tax, said a report. As per the ET report, the Finance Ministry has started discussions with the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) to shield startups floated prior to 2016 from the angel tax. The government has also reportedly asked tax officials not to pursue cases against startups. Finance Secretary Hasmukh Adhia was quoted as saying :   “We had (earlier) said we will recognise startups only after 2016....

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