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Mobiefit of Goa Raises $1.35M from Dubai in Pre-Series A

Mobiefit Body is rated 4.6 Stars on the Google Playstore and Mobiefit Run at 4.3 Stars across 2,800 ratings. This puts them at the highest rating-band for fitness apps globally.

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Mahesh Murthy Exits From Media Startup 'The Ken' In Just Three Months

Mahesh Murthy has made a successful exit from The Ken on his investment and sold his shares privately to another investor.

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How To Pick The Right Startup Culture For You

“Most of the bad startups I have seen are the ones funded by VCs. Startups who build from scratch are always different and command more respect premium than startups who grew because of VC money.”

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Has The Opportunity For Indian Startups Been Terribly Wrongly Estimated?

Mahesh Murthy writes: "I was at a conference the other day, speaking on a panel with VCs and angels, when we were asked a question: With the softening of valuations and the famous Flipkart markdown, is there still a large internet opportunity in India?"

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Top Tweets by Mahesh Murthy on 'Is Indian Entrepreneurship Lacking Innovation?'

Mahesh has written reasonably infamous columns in various business publications and also hosted the Indian equivalent of Dragon’s-Den-meets-The-Apprentice on TV.

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20 Questions for 400 Crore Mahesh Murthy (Part 2)

He is brutally honest, and constantly has Quora wondering why he hates Flipkart. Here we ask the investor some straight up questions and he gives us some straight up answers, like whether startup conferences are a waste of time or not.

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20 Questions for 400 Crore Mahesh Murthy (Part 1)

He is brutally honest, and constantly has Quora wondering why he hates Flipkart. Here we ask the investor some straight up questions and he gives us some straight up answers, even about the startups he wasn't very happy with.

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ICYMI: How People Feel about Snapdeal Rebranding for 200 Crores

Snapdeal’s new logo unveiled around September 11th reminded us all that the ecommerce site wants to spend 200 crores on rebranding.The humongous amount is not just about a new shade and a new jingle, but also about trying to capture more customers beyond metros who are migrating online. Still, people were quite amazed. Here are some Twitter reactions.

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