Weekly startup news roundup and ideas Ideas: Flying a little higher: Drone use in ag grows – Nick Otto stands in a 160-acre field of fledging corn on a coolish June afternoon. His eyes and experience tell him a lot, but he knows they don’t reveal everything, especially about a […]

Digital Startup news roundup – Week ending 25th June

The weekly Tech update Uber report highlights foresight needed in managing a startup – When should a Startup grow up and act like a Business? In the past, we have blogged about the need for Startups to grow up and start acting like a business (or small-business.) The recent investigation […]

Digital Startup news roundup – Week ending 18th June

Startupbootcamp, one of the world’s largest and most influential innovation engines, has opened applications for its digital health program in Miami. Entrepreneurs working at the intersection of healthcare and technology with proven and tested models are encouraged to apply from now until Sept. 1st, 2017. Companies chosen to participate in […]

Startupbootcamp Digital Health Opens Applications For Second Program In Miami

The weekly Tech update Startup Street: StayUncle Is Helping Couples Get A Room In India – A New Delhi-based startup is playing cupid to unmarried couples, sports startup Athletes Today has some big expansions plans (think television) and an Intel-backed startup just acquired an American startup to beef-up its portfolio.  […]

Digital Startup news roundup – Week ending 11th June

The weekly Tech update Startup uses AI to create programs from simple screenshots – Artificial intelligence is threatening worker’s jobs in dozens of different professions, from manufacturing and legal to banking and driving, and many more. Now, it’s time to add programming to that list.A new neural network being built […]

Digital Startup news roundup – Week ending 5th June

The weekly Tech update This startup wants to solve the social care crisis with AI – London-based social care startup Cera has launched an AI to help carers and patients answer questions – and in future, help spot symptoms of illness Indians seek corporate job security as startup dreams fade […]

Digital Startup news roundup – Week ending 28 May

The weekly Tech update FCC moves closer to dismantling net neutrality – The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is poised to take the first formal step toward dismantling Obama-era net neutrality rules, which require internet service providers to treat all web traffic equally. Lobbyists and politicians on both sides of issue […]

Digital Startup news roundup – Week ending 21st May

A recent article in Economic times describes a change in policy “Companies will have to declare job creation estimates to avail benefits under Startup India” Companies eyeing benefits under the Startup India programme (link) will soon have to declare upfront how many jobs they will create in order to qualify […]

Startup India: No free lunch for Startups – Generate jobs ...

Here’s the news roundup of world of Digital Startups from the past week. Why My Startup Scrapped Its Perfectly Successful Business Model – One CEO explains why the best time to change everything is when it’s working out great. This spring, Tesla pulled ahead of General Motors to become the […]

Digital Startup news roundup – Week ending 14th May

Incubators, accelerators grow 40% in 2016, aiding start-up landscape: Nasscom – Incubators and accelerators continue to play an important role in the growth of the Indian start-up ecosystem. The number of incubators and accelerators have grown by 40%,with more than 40 new ones added in 2016, according to a new […]

Digital Startup news roundup – Week ending 7th May