Jiyo India is a food brand selling healthy snacks like sandwiches, salads, soups, shakes, organic juices by setting up counters at corporate cafeterias, in a format very similar to the concept of QSR (Quick Service Restaurant). Jiyo India was started by an IT engineer turned entrepreneur, Pankaj Judge. But unlike his counterparts from the field of IT, Pankaj decided to transform his interest into a business, rather than venture into software development.
It has been said and written about enough that hiring good talent is no cakewalk. And there are many reasons behind this persistent problem. One of the factors contributing to it being the large gap between what is taught in universities/colleges and the industry requirements. Murtuza Rohawala saw these shortcomings in the education space and [...] Read More
Green tea is a comparatively new segment in the Indian tea market and growing at a very fast pace. With increasing awareness of different health benefits that green tea offers, Prakash says the market for the product is about on a 60% YOY growth. Laplant Beverages, a Mumbai based startup is now offering fine quality green tea and various blends of it.
Which budding entrepreneur wouldn’t like to save time by hiring an affordable secretary? But efficient executive assistants come with a hefty price tag. While technocrats have come up with handy apps to save time and money, PlanMyDay (PMD) has come up with a solution that provides a humane touch
If you visit the GIP mall at Noida, the MGF metropolitan mall at Gurgaon, the Oberoi mall in Goregaon, or the Inorbit mall in Vashi, and are offered some freebies, don’t be surprised. Yes, sachets of products from companies and brands like Pond’s, HUL, Dabur, Knorr, Lifebuoy, Veet, L’Oreal etc., are offered for free at these locations via kiosks set up by startup GoTry.
Learning and imparting skills by way of classes has been prevalent since a long time. However, these classes are mostly restricted to a single geography and hence the sector has largely remained unorganized. While ventures supporting formal education like Start-up school, Pictualize exist, the new entrepreneurial generation have now trained their guns to the informal education sector, to tap and improve the skill development market. Raghuveer Malik, co-founder of SkillHippo, thinks skill revolution will be the next big thing in India.
TastyKhana is an online food ordering portal to help people in Pune get tasty food delivered to their doorsteps. Today TastyKhana spans across 6 cities and has grown to a 42 member team. But one thing that has remained unchanged in the last six years, is the fact that Shachin keeps his team as happy as he wants his customers to be.
Learning with activities is an area which is seeing a lot of activity and startups are coming up with various ways in which education can be made more engaging. Imagimake wants to create fun, creative and constructive engagement ideas for kids through live workshops on crafts and other activities. The venture is co-founded by Ravi Kumar [...] Read More
Think redecorating your house and you instantly hit two roadblocks – finding a credible interior designer and secondly, implementing the process with minimal distress. The founders of the newly launched dwll.in (pronounced dwellin’) were also faced with this dilemma when the idea of the business struck them. The venture, whose name is derived from the word ‘dwelling’, is aiming to help people create a space they can connect with, with minimal chaos.
New age parents in India are looking for the best of everything that they can afford for their kids. From themed birthday parties to customised bedrooms for children, a space they are comfortable and happy to be in, is no longer a new phenomenon.