June, 27, 2017
Marching to a different beat
15 Nov
  • Posted by Mahathi R. Arjun
  • 0 comment(s)

Indianuance, an artiste management startup for Indian classical performers and DJ Reverb’s Groove, a company that organises DJs for nightclubs, hope to chart a sound business based on their founders’ passion for music

Bridging the digital divide
15 Oct
  • Posted by MAHATHI R. ARJUN
  • 0 comment(s)

Mobile Veda helps turn your mobile devices into a digital library while Digital Vidya specialises in digital marketing. Here are two companies that navigate the digital world effortlessly

When passion runs business
15 Sep
  • Posted by S. Meera
  • 0 comment(s)

A great idea and dogmatic persistence are often the precursors to successful businesses. We take a look at two such startups that are never short on passion

It’s playtime folks!
15 Apr
  • Posted by Mahathi R Arjun
  • 0 comment(s)

The Chennai-based Alphabet Play School believes that children benefit the most while learning through play. With its strengths being the quality of staff and the uniqueness of its learning methods, the school has grown to earn its place in the city

Chasing a Dream
15 Feb
  • Posted by S. Meera
  • 0 comment(s)

With just an idea in their mind, these five entrepreneurs set out to address a market need. With just an idea in their mind, these five entrepreneurs set out to address a market need. S. Meera traces their journey so far, while giving us a glimpse of what the future has in store traces their journey so far, while giving us a glimpse of what the future has in store

Editor's Pick
  • The Snapdeal Pivot

    In January 2013, Snapdeal had a mere US $100,000 in the bank, a small chunk left after it had burned through almost all of the US $57 million it had raised since September 2009. Th...

  • Transformation by design

    Polaris’ Arun Jain has engineered a unique strategy at the mid-sized financial technology company, incubating a robust products company from within a running services entity. He ...

  • In coffee, we trust

    Tata Starbucks is the coming together of two iconic brands. 34-year-old Avani Saglani Davda, the company’s CEO, explains to us why her game plan for Starbucks in India is to “g...

  • Where there’s traction, Money will follow

    Deepinder Goyal, founder and CEO, Zomato, shares a great working relationship with investor Sanjeev Bikhchandani of Info Edge for one simple reason: Bikhchandani is more entreprene...

  • Playing 20 Questions with Mittu Chandilya

    The AirAsia India boss discusses his interview experience with Tony Fernandes, his firm-and-fair management style and why it is crucial to be a serial innovator to win in the aviat...

  • Where ownership and management are different

    Dr. Ranjan Pai, Managing Director, Manipal Education and Medical Group, has led the professionalisation of the Group by consciously empowering his senior managers, seeding several ...

  • Building a Happy Company

    Ashok Soota-led Happiest Minds Technologies has woven happiness into its business process. Find out how you can do it too....

  • Narayana Health’s ten-year plan

    Narayana Health’s Dr. Devi Prasad Shetty wants to rewrite India’s healthcare story. His personal mantra: it is pointless talking about all the advancements in healthcare if peo...

  • Creative Dialogue on Scaling Up

    Cognizant’s Lakshmi Narayanan indulges in a creative, freewheeling chat with L. Kannan and Vijay Babu of Vortex Engineering, a solar-ATM manufacturer....

  • "Businesses don’t go anywhere, people do"

    Mindtree’s Subroto Bagchi urges entrepreneurs to think of their journey as a process of continuously creating infrastructure – physical, intellectual and emotional. He specific...