1 min read.Updated: 01 Jan 2020, 09:18 AM ISTN. Jayachandran
Mint artist Jayachandran pays tribute to Bengaluru, India’s truly millennial metro and startup capital, its inclusiveness, its adventurous innovators, its hustling nerds and its woke citizens
Mint artist N Jayachandran pays tribute to Bangalore, India’s truly millennial metro and its startup capital, its innovativeness and inclusiveness, its adventurous innovators and its hustling nerds. And, of course, the city’s woke public.
Bengaluru is home to several startups whose valuations soared as investors poured in funds to capture the last big domestic consumer market—India. Flipkart and Ola set the trend, Swiggy, BigBasket and others followed. E-commerce, ride-sharing, food delivery and aggregation of everything is transforming the consumer experience. But there’s another side to Bengaluru’s startup story. There are maverick entrepreneurs out to conquer global markets.