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Anisha Aditya

Anisha Aditya leads editorial initiatives at BW Disrupt, which is the technology and venture capital focused publication of BW Businessworld. She is a Management Consultant with specialisation in International Business Strategies, assessment of bilateral and multilateral trade agreements between countries, national and international trade facilitation strategy of industries, and global value chains for private companies and governments.

Latest Articles By Anisha Aditya

Kolkata-based startup Asanify simplifies payroll compliances and HR operations for SMBs

Asanify was founded in 2019 by Priyom Sarkarand is headquartered in Kolkata. It focuses on disbursing salaries to employees and also deposits and files payroll compliances such as PF, ESI, and TDS. The HRtech startup’s customer base has seen a growth of more than 50 per cent during the pandemic.

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Founder of Taxbuddy Sujit Bangar speaks on building in the Fintech Industry and tax-related compliances of India

Prior to founding, Bangar worked at the Indian Revenue Service (IRS), having joined the department at an early age of 22. He has to his credit the distinction of being the youngest IRS officer of the 2004 batch.

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17 top startups selected for Lightspeed’s Extreme Entrepreneurs 2021 winter cohort

For the first time since its launch in 2018, over 1200 startups across India and Southeast Asia applied for Extreme Entrepreneurs program. Of 17 finalists, 6 have women co-founders and 4 are from Southeast Asia + 13 from India. Finalists are building across diverse sectors such as Health, Fintech, Agritech, Gaming, Social, SaaS, EV, Social Commerce and Content.

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The Edtech Startups Setting Pace In India

There can be no argument that the demand for online test preparation solutions is high but the bigger question is how effective these test prep startups are in outcomes and are they the right replacement for the traditional offline coaching. Edtech has always been pegged as a great equalizer which could deliver access to good education in remote areas. However, as the coronavirus lockdown pushes all educational institutions to adopt digital education, equality in education remains a far-fetched idea. Among the Ed-tech sub-sectors, K-12 education startups with $4.3 Bn in total market size is predicted to have the single highest market share — 41% of the total Ed-tech market in India.

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Mr. Samarth Agrawal, CEO of MaxWholesale on the e-commerce market of India

Founded in July 2016, MaxWholesale is a B2B e-commerce platform for Kirana stores to source inventory on-demand. It helps kirana stores discover prices and schemes on various FMCG products and get door-step delivery much faster than traditional methods.

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Bengaluru based uses AI to power security cameras is a Bengaluru-based startup, founded in August 2020 by Sourav Sanyal, Saurabh Ghanekar, and Miran Junaidi, students of SRM University (yet to be graduated) and is presently a team of 10 employees.

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Plutus Wealth & Associates purchase Nazara shares worth INR 500 Cr from WestBridge

Nazara Technologies Limited (Nazara), an India based gaming, sports media and gamified early learning company today announced that Plutus Wealth Management LLP & its associates have acquired shares worth over INR 500 Cr in Nazara from WestBridge Ventures II Investment Holdings, a fund managed by WestBridge Capital in a secondary transaction between the parties.

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In Conversation with Mr. Gaurav Shinh CEO & Founder at Daas Labs

Mr. Gaurav Shinh is a techno-commercial professional with a track record of delivering value by providing data solutions that solve complex business problems & leveraging the power of AI and ML to create commercially viable solutions for his clients.

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Bhojan aims to set-up an exhaustive distribution network of retail points-of-sale

With a de-centralised kitchen and fulfilment through a hub-and-spoke model, Bhojan aims to set-up an exhaustive distribution network of retail points-of-sale (Kirana stores, departmental stores, etc.) along with distribution points at mass transit hubs, corporates/institutions. The innovative initiative in introducing Bhojan-on-Wheels in areas of scarce supply is also proving to be a disruptive force. Ease of access to wholesome Bhojan is one of the cornerstones of our business!

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Indian startup Dyte selected for Y Combinator's Winter 2021 batch

Dyte is an Indian video calling platform headquartered in Delhi-NCR which allows you to integrate apps right into your video call. The startup was founded in September 2020 and has been selected for Y Combinator - Winter 2021 batch. Zoom, Airmeet, Google Meet, GoToMeeting, VideoMeet, Jitsi Meet, and MeetFox are few of the established competitors in the market.

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