Seeking to do away with the flood of cab share posts on Facebook groups, two MIT students founded Mighty Cabs, a cab sharing service, in Manipal. The success of this service could change the way Manipal books taxis. Read the story of the inception of this venture and its challenges.
Following the acquisition of Jobspire, a startup by an MIT alumnus, Mr. Varun Mayya, by JustCode, a New York based company, we sat down with the founder to get an insight into the startup and coding world and what he plans to do moving forward with his ventures.
With the advent of e-commerce portals like Jabong and Myntra, the world has shifted from shopping bags to online shopping carts. Digital Dhobi is another brick in the wall of e-commerce student startups, and provides professional laundry services to its customers via their app.
Read on to find out more about Digital Dhobi and its promise of making the task of doing laundry a piece of cake.
Startup Village, an initiative to guide the entrepreneurs of tomorrow, recently showed up in MIT to host a seminar on start-ups and everything that goes on in the background to make them big. Read on to find out more about this wonderful venture.
“We want to be a one stop shop for renting”
Rentified is Manipal’s latest entrepreneurial ventures that taps into the prospects of the borrowing and sharing culture that persists within the campus and outside as well.
By Sohil Sharma | Staff Writer “The biggest risk in life is not taking one.“ -Mark Zuckerberg It all began in the year 2012 when three MITians – Sarthak Paul, Aman Bansal, and Ananya Rao – realised their potential to make it big in the
“Ideas are a Dime a Dozen” is an expression that grows in relevance with every passing day, as mankind tests its potential and innovates through formerly undiscovered arenas of science and technology. In contrast to the popular belief that success is achieved as an upshot