Founder Interview: Jogo

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The fitness landscape is changing in India. People of all age groups are experimenting with different fitness regimes ranging from the traditional yoga to rock climbing & adventure races. As the ecosystem is developing, young start-ups are also focusing in this area with new ideas and innovation. Jogo is one such startup that brings a skilled and […]

Can startups be a sole...

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Are You Incorporating Too Early? Entrepreneurs are often afraid to remain sole proprietors, scared of its numerous drawbacks. But you should also be clear about the drawbacks of registering a private limited company too early. If you use the service Quora often, you’ll quickly realise that a lot of new or soon-to-be entrepreneurs are interested […]

Founder Interview: Dri...

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Drivekool is a Bangalore based startup that is trying to change how individuals and businesses go about the process of taking driving lessons. By building a marketplace for driving schools, the startup is using technology to bring efficiency to a till now unstructured market. Mahesh Gidwani (founder) tell more. Who is the team behind Drivekool and how did […]

Founder Interview: Min...

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Using adaptive learning methodology, MindHour is an online learning platform that provides curriculum-based training to school students. The platform uses various gaming components like rewards, badges & points to ensure that that the fun component is always present to sustain motivation. Varun Choudhary (Co-founder) tells more about the startup. Who is the team behind MindHour and how did the idea […]