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Ratna Vishwanathan, CEO, MFIN Talks About India's First Ever Financial Literacy App & The Vision Behind It

Their vision is to be an engine of inclusive growth for India and help provide financial services to 100 million people by the year 2020.

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Intellipaat Aims At $10M Revenue by 2019 For Content Development

Currently, the company has 150 courses and approx. 4 lakh learners from 30 countries and is poised for big oversees expansion, especially the United States.

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Punjab’s Very Own Study Abroad Service

ESS Global is targeting the youth-rich state of Punjab hot on going abroad for studies even amidst tight immigration policies

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What's Flock and Why Use it When You Have WhatsApp?

A Flock survey reports its users increase productivity by 40 percent and reduce wasteful office meetings by 60 percent

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ConfirmTkt is Marching Towards Revolutionizing the Travel Space

Currently a team of 15 based in Bangalore, ConfirmTkt has had a significant increase in traction over the past one year with 20-30% increase every month.

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Safeguard - Women Security App Against Phone Stalkers

Safeguard prevents women’s identity from unknown callers. Whenever a woman gets an unknown call, the app converts the female voice to male voice in real time.

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'Cloud Storage And Connectivity Is Key To Photography'

Canvera Digital Technologies, a digital imaging solutions provider has collaborated with US-based album design software providers, Pixellu and Fundy. Ranjit Yadav, Managing Director, Canvera Digital Technologies speaks on this new collaboration and new business initiatives

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VanityCask Has Touched About 2M Lives of Women Across India

VanityCask is a fresh perspective on the Indian Beauty Industry.

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'It is an Interesting Time To Be In India', Says Akshay Kothari, LinkedIn India Country Manager

In a chat with Naina Sood, LinkedIn India Country Manager and Head Of Product, Akshay Kothari, says a big portion of the company's global numbers are driven by its Indian members, who are apparently the most active job seekers in the world

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