Spacetech Startups From CEE Exploring New Frontiers

With a growing pool of talented engineers and a supportive ecosystem, Central and Eastern Europe is poised for significant growth in the space industry during the next few decades, as regional startups are exploring new frontiers in satellite technology, space exploration, and other spacetech fields. One of the key advantagesContinue Reading

Govt announces accelerator fund among other incentives for startups - How industry reacted to Budget 2023

Nirmala Sitharaman, Finance Minister, has emphasised entrepreneurship, as well as the perks and exclusions offered to startups are indeed a convenient feature. They are certain to have a positive impact on all of the country’s burgeoning startups. The government’s emphasis on offering the advantage of loss carryforward, as well asContinue Reading

Oxford Capital to back 12 start-ups in 2023  

EXCLUSIVE: Oxford Capital is to back around 12 seed stage tech start-ups in 2023 in a mix of new and follow-on investments.   The Oxford-based VC typically invests between £500,000 and £1m in seed stage rounds of up to £5m. This can add up to over £10m over a series ofContinue Reading

Unlocking potential: These startups harnessing the power of deep technology

NEW DELHI: India’s growth as a top-3 start-up ecosystem is due to its thriving entrepreneurial community, innovative mindset, and widespread adoption of digital tech. Deep-Tech start-ups are organisations specialising in the use of advanced new-age technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Data Science,Continue Reading

Agritech startups seek stable export policy, increased digitisation

The demands of India’s fledgling agritech industry are as varied as their challenges. Given the complexity of the industry in terms of geographies, local ecosystems, dependence on monsoons, and a host of varying and often changing factors, it’s not a surprise. Also, agriculture is a state subject.  “The most importantContinue Reading

Will India’s Climate Tech Startups Make Their Mark In 2023? Climate change presents the world’s population with the greatest problem. But even in 2023, many people are still talking more about individual accountability than about taking collective action to combat climate change. The use of technology, which has already fundamentallyContinue Reading

Space tech start-ups take wing- The New Indian Express

Express News Service BENGALURU: November last year, when space tech start-up Skyroot Aerospace successfully launched the country’s first privately made rocket — Vikram-S — they probably triggered a revolution of sorts in the country’s space technology sector. The space sector, which until not long ago remained inaccessible to the private sector,Continue Reading

Turkish startups bag record of nearly $1.6 billion in 2022

Turkish startups attracted a record of nearly $1.6 billion (TL 30.09 billion) in investments in 2022, according to the industry data, despite global headwinds, including a slowdown in funding that threatens the prospects of the ecosystem. Some $1.59 billion was invested across some 300 deals in seed, early and laterContinue Reading

How DMCC Crypto Centre strives to help Web3, crypto startups

The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) was founded as a startup in 2003 with 28 member companies. Today, it’s one of the world’s leading free zones with over 21,000 member companies from 180 countries, employing more than 65,000 people. Headed by Ahmed Bin Sulayem, the Executive Chairman and Chief ExecutiveContinue Reading