Macrogardens offers a unique solution in the form of aeroponic towers by making urban agriculture more accessible, space-efficient, and environmentally friendly and transforming the way individuals cultivate their own produce.
In 2011, Kallol Banerjee and Jaydeep Barman launched Fasoos, which was later renamed as Rebel Foods. A closer look at their journey as the company became the world’s largest cloud kitchen chain.
Canva, a young Melanie Perkins’ dream to make designing effiecient for all now boasts a community of over 125 million people worldwide.
Born October 1985, Bill Gates will go on to change the trajectory of the tech world with his genius. Learn more about his journey.
Starting from humble beginnings, Arun Prabhudesai established his Youtube channel, Trakin tech, which went to gain 13 million subscribers.
GenLeap, and end-to-end career and life management platform, provides accurate career analysis through the science of genetics.
In 1965, Fred DeLuca and Dr. Peter Buck opened Subway, a submarine sandwich restaurant that offered a healthier and more nutritious alternative to fast food. Starting with $1000, the brand will open stores in 102 countries with a yearly revenue of $9 billion.
London-based, eco-friendly and zero waste takeaway service DabbaDrop promises fresh and nutritious home cooked takeaways with flavours from all over South Asia.
Indian consumers have started shifting from products of western origin to more indigenous and homegrown product, here is a lot of top made in india brands that you should check out before this festive season.
mirrAR is an omnichannel technology firm that lets customers try on items virtually before they decide to buy them.
VECROS is an autonomous drone-producing company that builds flying machines with a 360-degree object avoidance feature even in GPS-less environments.
Lalita Sanjay Khaire decided to start her own business making kokum sharbat nearly two decades ago and today, she is hailed as “the queen of kokum,” while her company, “Kokanraj,” makes more than Rs 2.5 crore a year.
Founded by Mansukhbhai Prajapati, Mitticool is an ecofriendly brand that offers innovative clay products such as electricity free clay refrigerators etc.