COVID-19 has affected the Indian start-up ecosystem differently across verticals. But the antifragility shown by the start-ups is noteworthy.
A first-hand account of migration journeys to Microservices-based architecture as shared by industry pioneers and start-up founders.
A detailed analysis of the state of the start-up ecosystem in India, based on the NASSCOM-Zinnov report on ‘Indian Tech Start-up ecosystem’.
Unicorns are rewriting the rules of the game in the startup ecosystem, giving the traditional companies and enterprises a run for their money. What are the factors that are propelling the growth of unicorns?
By leveraging innovative ways, corporates can now spend their CSR corpus to fuel social innovation, which has social as well as business impact.
Corporate innovation is not an option but an opportunity. Global Capability Centers need to look beyond the cost paradigm and focus on building new products with the enviable blend of talent, start-ups, and the market available in India.
To stay relevant and survive, corporates must overcome their prejudices and take a proactive approach to innovation through corporate startup collaborations.
What are the key success factors that improve the odds of corporate – start-up collaboration programs? What is success in this scenario? We outline it here.
Innovation has been a key driver for growth of the 3 nations – USA, India and Israel. In the report, we analyze the unique characteristics demonstrated by these leading economies with respect to innovation and the possible synergies that exist.
India Start-up Ecosystem You can access the whole report HERE