It is a fact that online tutorials are not for everyone. The linear, long-distance teaching is definitely not for the unmotivated and easily distracted which is why there aren’t as…
Shopsense, a Mumbai based startup has made product discovery in offline retail stores easier with their touch-screen digital catalogues.
Facebook’s $11mn acquisition of Little Eye Labs changes it a lot for the app ecosystem in India.
Are you a teacher or an educational institution that has generated reams of original content from research to help students? Then Vedantu has just the thing to make sure that…
Juno Tele, a Bangalore based startup, has come up with a real time carrier billing platform which makes it easy to monetize on demand services.
The year witnessed some of the defining trends in the ecosystem. We at NextBigWhat certainly believe that these trends will help shape the future of technology startups in the next few years.
We’d shared the list of 100+ promising Indian startups earlier. While we expect a good number of these startups to make it big in 2014, here are a few startups who are already on a high growth path.
InterviewStreet is rebranding to HackerRankx, that will combine the two brands company has built : HackerRank (coding challenges) and InterviewStreet (hiring solution).
The personalised shopping and discovery service curates from millions of products present online across thousands of sites and displays them to you through their portal.
MagnetWorks Engineering, is trying to help medium and smaller industries by providing real time dashboards, custom reports and analytic tools.