Start-ups are the new hi-tech job creators

Start-ups are the new hi-tech job creators

Experts estimate that about 16,000 start-ups are likely to have created more than 100,000 direct jobs and over 300,000 indirect ones since 2005
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Tech product start-ups make the enterprise connect

Tech product start-ups make the enterprise connect

The start-ups are helping address key demands of chief information officers
Giving education a digital future

Giving education a digital future

Experts say there has been a surge in the number of education start-ups in India over the last two years, but only a fraction of them survive as product delivery remains a challenge for most
Investors warm up to start-ups with a cause

Investors warm up to start-ups with a cause

The last five years have seen a rise in the number of social impact start-ups in the country
Start-ups devise hiring platforms for tech jobs

Start-ups devise hiring platforms for tech jobs

Experts say recruitment of personnel with technical expertise such as coders requires more specialized sites—a gap that is gradually being filled by start-ups
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