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Top 5 Most Promising Indian Startups in 2018
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Top 5 Most Promising Indian Startups in 2018

India is now a clear contender to become the capital of startups. Foreign investment and governmental initiatives such as start up India are all driving forces encouraging and promoting the start up culture in India. In this article we are going to take a look at the 'Top 5 most promising startups in India 2018'.   1. Zerodha Zerodha is an Indian financial service company that provides equity investments, retail and institutional broking, commodities and currency trading, and mutual funds, all brokerage free. The Zerodha was founded by Nithin Kamath in 2010 as he wanted to change the landscape of Indian broking industry by breaking down the hurdles he was confronted to during his time as a trader. He wanted to overcome all obstacles traders and investors face in India when it ...
‘Share Market is Negatively Impacted by the Union Budget for Short Term’ : Nikhil, Zerodha Co-founder
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‘Share Market is Negatively Impacted by the Union Budget for Short Term’ : Nikhil, Zerodha Co-founder

Amidst the buzz of Union Budget 2018, a lot has been said and commented upon by the Ministers, Entrepreneurs and Media Personalities. The issue of how the citizens would get affected by the financial plan has been a food for thought to everyone. While the trollers were busy trolling about the delicate topic;   How Income tax payers watching the budget... #Budget2018 pic.twitter.com/7cNF8XitYX — Broken Pundit (@Brokenpundit) 1 February 2018 As soon as the Union Budget 2018 hit the headlines, the stock investors got worried about the tax that will be levied on their long-term benefits; we turned to some successful stock trading businesses and e-commerce brands like Policy-bazaar, Zerodha, Paytm and Zebpay to share their views on how the recommendations done by the FM would affec...
Startups, inMobi, Zerodha, Woolpr ‘takes care’ employees pets
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Startups, inMobi, Zerodha, Woolpr ‘takes care’ employees pets

Becky a three-month old kitten, purrs atop a work desk at InMobi, staring at long boardroom discussions and at the new faces at hiring interviews. Her owner Rebecca D'leema, a top executive at the tech startup, brings Becky to work every day. Like most of the 700-odd workers at InMobi located in Marathahalli, Rebecca is single. "Long working hours means leaving pets home alone in a lonely environment.Without time, people are giving them up to shelters," she said. InMobi allows employees to bring their pets to work as a matter of policy. "In such a scenario, a workplace that allows pets makes life so much easier," Rebecca said. So, Becky has company. Walter, the Golden Retriever, owned by another employee who works on the same floor as Rebecca, is Becky's friend.At least six employ...