January, 24, 2017
Differentiating in the cluttered world of fashion e-commerce
25 Oct
2016
  • Posted by Vibhuti Jaswal
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UK-based online fashion brand, Koovs, wants to stand out amidst the ecommerce crowd by offering affordable western fashion sensibilities. The company’s CEO, Mary Turner, is clear that she’d have done well, if she occupies even 10 per cent of the Indian fashion ecommerce market, within a few years.

Taking healthy strides
25 Oct
2016
  • Posted by Poornima Kavlekar
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Healthstart and Roundglass Partners funded, Obino, an e-Health & Weight Loss Coach, is taking strong strides through referrals and reviews by existing users. It aims to evolve further by using artificially intelligent technology and algorithms to super-personalize the health coaching experience and also scale the productivity of its coaches with human-assisted intelligence

Nothing less than perfect
25 Oct
2016
  • Posted by S. Meera
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Nidhi Agarwal, founder & CEO of Kaaryah, has spotted a major gap in the women’s western wear segment: lack of enough size options. This Ratan Tata-backed firm, is now doing whatever it takes to sustain its early progress and build a long-term brand, with its western wear portfolio in 18 different sizes.

A peek into Chaayos’ strategy
25 Oct
2016
  • Posted by Vibhuti Jaswal
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Nitin Saluja and Raghav Verma, the founders of Tiger Global-backed Chaayos, give us a glimpse into their strategy and why attention to the finer nuances of operations is at the centre of their efforts

The wave of artisanal coffee in India
25 Oct
2016
  • Posted by Vibhuti Jaswal
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With a large chunk of the Indian diaspora still sipping on instant coffee or Chai, Blue Tokai has a unique challenge ahead of itself, in educating its customers about the rewards of resorting to artisanal, freshly brewed coffee

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