Weekly Wrap-up: Startup Cash flows, Indian Ecommerce Industry & more…
Here is a look at all the buzzing posts that were published on trak.in last week.
Google Nexus 7 prices are falling further – Now Homeshop18 has offered this sought after tablet for Rs. 15884/-.
Here is a big list of 15 Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to Personal Branding on Social Media.
Couple of weeks back, Flipkart launched its own brand called Digiflip. The first product to be launched under that banner was a camera bag. Here is a quick video review of the same.
If you are an entrepreneur just starting out or a startup who is struggling to manage the cash flows, here are tips to manage cash flows in a startup.
Last week most of the states in the Northern India were in darkness due to huge power failure – The good thing about it was that Tax E-Filing date got extended due to it as many people were not able to file it online.
Discountpandit.com, a deal aggregator has come up with Askthepandint service, which essentially offers personalized locally curated deals by domain experts.
Retaining employees is one of the biggest issue that most organizations face today – One of the most important aspects of employee retention is TRUST.
Airtel recently were asked to compensate one of their subscribers for harassment – What are the implications of this ruling?
Expedia has launched a bus ticket booking service powered exclusively by Redbus
According to a latest survey, Mobile internet users in India are spending more time on mobiles & tablets now as compared to TV and newspapers.
Indian Ecommerce market is growing fiercely – According to a report, it is expected to become a USD 125 bln to USD 260 bln Industry by 2025.
An Indian startup mementic labs has launched a realtime infographic tool that helps brands to evaluate their performance on Social Media.
While, Nokia has already been able to capitalize on Dual Sim boom in India – it remains to be seen whether mobile brands like Sony and HTC will be able to capitalize on it or not.
The Duplicate Mobile phone market is huge in India and is growing at over 10% every year. Who is responsible for it?
An Indian startup Nimbuzz has reached 100 million downloads mark!
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