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Edutech start-up Byju’s raises $540 mn venture funds

Edutech start-up Byju’s raises $540 mn venture funds

Bengaluru : Online tutoring platform Byju’s has raised $540 million (Rs 3,865.5-crore) venture funds from Naspers and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), the company said on Monday. “The new round of funding will drive Byju’s to further innovate, explore ...

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Kerala inks MoU with Airbus group to boost start-ups

Kerala inks MoU with Airbus group to boost start-ups

Thiruvananthapuram : Kerala’s start-up ecosystem got a major fillip as the state government on Saturday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Airbus BizLab, a global aerospace accelerator which is part of the Airbus group. The MoU was inked between ...

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Imparting skills in Mizoram: The Aizawl experience

Imparting skills in Mizoram: The Aizawl experience

By Annapoorna Ravichander, I recently had the opportunity to conduct a hands-on workshop on entrepreneurship, creativity and communication for three government colleges in Aizawl, the capital of Mizoram, with two of my colleagues. We went to Aizawl with limited knowledge ...

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Google, 91springboard to upskill female entrepreneurs in India

Google, 91springboard to upskill female entrepreneurs in India

New Delhi : In a bid to support the next generation of innovative female entrepreneurs in India, Google on Wednesday joined hands with co-working community hub 91springboard. Delhi-based 91springboard connects over 8,000 entrepreneurs across the country. “With Google for Entrepreneurs ...

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PHDCCI-Rajasthan to help MSMEs

PHDCCI-Rajasthan to help MSMEs

Jaipur : To stimulate the growth of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), industry body PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry has tied up with SME Rating Agency of India (SMERA) to help entrepreneurs to get financial assistance, said PHDCCI ...

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Canadian fund invests $20 mn in Nilekani promoted firm

Canadian fund invests $20 mn in Nilekani promoted firm

Bengaluru : Canadian institutional fund CDPQ on Thursday said it had invested $20 million in Indian venture Fundamentum, promoted by Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani and Helion founder Sanjeev Agarwal. “La Caisse de depot et placement du Qurbec (CDPQ) joins Fundamentum ...

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