These 8 government schemes are making the Indian startup ecosystem robust !

  "These days we hear all around us, startup, startup, startup. It is true that this is the era of startups and it is also true that in the field of startups, in a way, India is leading the world,"   says PM Modi. Over the last few years, India has created a robust ecosystem for startups and entrepreneurs. The country is now home to the third-largest startup ecosystem in the world, according to the Economic Survey 2021-22 report released earlier this year. Over  60,000 startups  are operating in India, and the country now boasts over  100 unicorns . However, not all of them have the right resources to thrive in the ecosystem and create a strong presence.  The government in India actively supports startups and entrepreneurs by launching various programmes and initiatives to train as well as provide  financial assistance, technical support, subsidies  and other essential services to these entrepreneurs and startups to fuel their growth.  These initiatives play a vital role in t

Almost 80 Startups Getting Registered Daily In India, Says DPIIT Secretary

  After the startup initiative announced by the Prime Minister in 2016, the country has become the third largest startup ecosystem in the world in six years, said the DPIIT secretary The trademark registrations are also up four-fold in the country, Jain attributed this growth to simplification of the patent and trademark registration processes Having seen the launch of more than 55K startups till date, India is home to more than 38K active startups, making it the third-largest startup ecosystem in the world after China and the US Read more :-

Is The Great Indian Startup Funding Party Coming To An End?

  Hammered markets, increased interest rates by the Fed, unabated war – reasons enough to develop cracks in the funding ecosystem for startups  44 startups turned unicorn in 12 months of 2021 while 15 have attained this coveted status in the first three months of 2022. Many would believe that the momentum continues. But deeper analysis paints a different picture. Sample this: Ride-hailing app Ola, which was planning to get listed on the bourses this year, is now planning to raise a new round of funding at a lower valuation. This will likely be the first down round of a large Indian unicorn after the boom last year. Read more :

Noida-based edtech startup Classplus raises $70 mn in fresh funding !

  The startup said that funds will be used to enhance the product and expand its global presence.

Satya Prakash Gupta Startup India Scheme !!!

 Satya Prakash Gupta understand that few of the rich valued Indian startups across the world like Pay TM, Ola cabs, Dream 11, Swiggy these are the company known the best performed. That's why India is now getting more startup from different sector.

Ukraine crisis offers Indian IT cos opportunities..

  The Ukraine crisis has intensified the ongoing debate on the neutrality of technology companies. From Alphabet (parent company of Google) to Adobe; Apple to Meta, and Intel to YouTube, many big technology firms have announced plans of leaving Russia ... Read more at:

Panama Art dealer, tea baron kin...

 Founder of Sterling Global S P Gupt's Love the culture of Model Town Delhi.  Delhi businessman Satya Prakash Gupta Love street Tea ... Special Tea from Panama....There is small Tea place where tourist love to visit again and again....