According to UN Refugee Agency reports, 70.8 million people all over the world are displaced. And 25.9 million of them are refugees. On World Refugee Day, we shine the spotlight on these startup founders using technology to help them navigate the world.
This week on Techie Tuesday, we feature Geetha Manjunath, Co-founder, CEO, and CTO of Niramai Technologies, an AI-based healthcare startup. In a conversation with YourStory, Geetha charts her journey from working on India’s first supercomputer to building Niramai.
Organic is the buzzword these days, and Bengaluru-based The Baby Atelier is tapping into that with organic baby products.
London-based talent discovery platform Daisie allows artists to look for projects and helps companies to collaborate with artists.
With the latest infusion, the Mumbai-based company has received a total amount of Rs 30 crore from Supera this year.
SHLC wants to make workplaces safer for women and POSH-compliant. According to the founder, Me Too may have helped raise awareness, but there is much to be done.
Today, Bollywood celebrities are not just brand ambassadors but are also active investors in startups. Apart from movies, these actors are raking in the moolah with smart investments.
Once ‘Officer on Special Duty’ to former Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, Aanchal Gupta now wants every business to have access to the right digital marketing and branding options.
This funding in Mumbai-based Epigamia marks Deepika Padukone’s first investment in a consumer FMCG brand.
In less than four years since its launch in December 2015, Superbottoms, India’s First and Only CPSIA tested and certified cloth diaper brand, has become the go-to brand for thousands of new mothers.
Bengaluru-based Flat Tummies uses plant-based ingredients to make snacks that are healthy and tasty with the exact nutrition required per serving - using natural ingredients.
One-year-old fintech startup Nira is based in Bengaluru and provides loans to people from lower income groups who normally do not easily get bank loans.
MoooFarm received a $15,000 grant from Microsoft last week. It has also tied up with Google and Tata Trusts’ Internet Saathi programme to train women farmers in rural areas.
Dipti Motiani in 2018 launched raw-pressed juice brand Second Nature, which is now available in select retail outlets and online groceries. She is now focusing on building a logistics network that will help supply fresh juice across India.
Currently, SARVA has 91 studios in Mumbai, Delhi, and Bengaluru. By 2022, the startup aims to have 500 brick and mortar studios in 15 cities across India.
The city of Osaka in Japan which is known for its ecosystem of life sciences companies has been fostering an innovation network by inviting startups from outside the country.
Launched in May 2018, PowerSportz claims to have close to two million views every day. The OTT startup wants to be a platform for all stakeholders in the sporting ecosystem, be it athletes, coaches, support staff, or management.
For some, their commitment to sustainability is so strong that they’ve have literally made it their business.
Mother-daughter duo Kritika and Neelam Kapur started Delhi-basedWisTree to help those seeking mentorship to crack their dream job, or get admission in a coveted college.
For many women in India who’ve had to endure the unhygienic state of public restrooms in the country, the pain of using one may still be fresh in their memory. But thanks to Sanfe, an innovative bio-f...
Every industry vertical is weighing and leveraging IoT to increase productivity. Internet of Things (IoT) has been touted as the next big thing in coming years, increasing efficiency and convenience ...
The Supreme Court, on September 28, ruled women between the ages of 10 and 50 years will be allowed to visit the Sabarimala Temple. So far, only men could visit the temple, and women in the menstruati...
Kamala’s (name changed) life took a different turn when designer Mandeep Nagi of Shades of India spotted her at a neighbour’s house working as a housekeeper. Mandeep chose Kamala to be the model to sh...
In 2011, when the then 31-year-old Godavari Dange boarded an aircraft for the first time in her life, there were celebrations in Osmanabad district’s Tuljapur taluk in Maharashtra. Godavari was on her...