Can India produce global start-ups?4 min read 17 Feb 2017, 01:55 AM IST
Indian start-ups have much to learn from the German mid-sized firms and how they leverage the institutional support provided to them
In October 2015, the IT industry body Nasscom proclaimed that India had overtaken Israel to become the third largest ecosystem with 4,200 start-ups, next only to the US and the UK. Some of these start-ups operate globally and are valued at several billion dollars. But we are yet to see a truly global start-up, such as Google and Facebook, that would capture the imagination of users and markets across the world.
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